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Norm Rice Mayoral Records, 1978-1997

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Rice, Norman B.
Title
Norm Rice Mayoral Records
Dates
1978-1997 (inclusive)
Quantity
84.2 cubic feet, (201 boxes)
Collection Number
5272
Summary
Records from Norm Rice's two terms as Seattle mayor from 1990 through 1997.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for processing this record series was provided, in part, through a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Norman B. Rice was born in Denver on May 4, 1943. He received his college education at the University of Washington, earning a bachelor's degree in communications and a Masters of Public Administration. Rice holds honorary degrees from Seattle University, the University of Puget Sound, and Whitman College. Before entering City government, he worked as a reporter at KOMO-TV News and KIXI radio, served as Assistant Director of the Seattle Urban League, was Executive Assistant and Director of Government Services for the Puget Sound Council of Governments, and was employed as the Manager of Corporate Contributions and Social Policy at Rainier National Bank.

Beginning in 1978, Rice served eleven years on City Council, including a term as Council President; he also served as chair of the Energy and Finance and Budget Committees. Rice facilitated the development of more equitable cost allocation and rate design procedures for Seattle City Light as part of his work on the Energy Committee; his accomplishments on the Finance and Budget Committee included the passage of the Women and Minority Business Enterprise Ordinance and the elimination of City investments in firms doing business in South Africa. Norm Rice also worked to improve public safety in Seattle and advocated for the use of local funds to improve conditions for disadvantaged Seattle citizens.

Rice was elected mayor of Seattle for the term beginning January 1, 1990, and served two full terms. He was the first African-American mayor in Seattle's history. An important issue in his first mayoral race was mandatory busing of schoolchildren to improve integration in schools; schools and education continued to be an important issue throughout his tenure as mayor, including support for the Families and Education Levy. Downtown revitalization was also a top priority during his tenure as mayor.

Rice ran for mayor a second time in 1993 and was re-elected. He also served as President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. After leaving office, Rice served as President and CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle from 1998 to 2004; he then became vice-chair of Capital Access, LLC, and a visiting professor at the University of Washington.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Records documenting Rice's tenure as Seattle mayor through much of the 1990s. Major issues covered include downtown revitalization, education, public safety, comprehensive planning, energy, and arts and culture. Individual record series are described more fully below.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], [Title of record series], Record Series 5272-XX. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

5272-01:  Departmental Correspondence, 1990-1997Return to Top

58.8 cubic feet, (147 boxes)

Records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and briefing materials to and from City agencies regarding the full range of municipal government activities during Rice's terms as mayor. Topics include municipal facilities, arts and culture, planning, budget and financial issues, and schools and education, among others. Constituent correspondence is included in this record series.

Records are arranged chronologically and then by major departments within City government.
Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
1/1
Administrative Services
1990-1991
1/2
Administrative Services: Contracting and Purchasing
1990
1/3
Administrative Services: Data Processing / Communications
1990
1/4
Administrative Services: Emergency Management
1990
1/5
Administrative Services: Office of the Director
1990
1/6
Board of Public Works
1990-
1/7
Citizens Service Bureau
1990-
1/8
City Light
1990-1991
1/9
City Light
1989-1990
1/10
City Light: BP Administration / Regional Power
1991-
1/11
City Light: Office of the Superintendent
1990-
1/12
City Light: Utility Rates / Bills / Complaints
1990-1991
1/13
Community Development
1990-
1/14
Community Development: Economic Development
1990-1991
1/15
Community Development: Historic Preservation / Urban Conservation
1990-1991
1/16
Community Development: Housing
1990-1991
1/17
Community Development: Neighborhoods
1989-1990
2/1
Community Development: Small Business
1990-
2/2
Community Development: Office of Director
1990-
2/3
Community Development: Waterfront / Harborfront
1990-
2/4
Construction and Land Use
1990-1991
2/5
Construction and Land Use: Housing / Building Code
1990-
2/6
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans
1990-1991
2/7
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans
1990-1991
2/8
Construction and Land Use: Housing / Zoning
1990-
2/9
Construction and Land Use: Housing / Zoning
1990-
2/10
Construction and Land Use: Office of the Director
1990-
3/1
Construction and Land Use: Rental Housing Registration / Inspection
1990-1991
3/2
Ethics and Election Administration
1990
3/3
Engineering Department
1990-
3/4
Engineering Department: Bikeways / Trailways
1989-1991
3/5
Engineering Department: Bridges
1990-1991
3/6
Engineering Department: Director
1990-
3/7
Engineering Department: Recycling
1990-1991
3/8
Engineering Department: Drainage / Wastewater Utility
1990-1991
3/9
Engineering Department: Solid Waste Utility
1990-1991
3/10
Engineering Department: Solid Waste Utility
1990-
3/11
Engineering Department: Street Vacation
1990-
4/1
Engineering Department: Streets, Street Lighting, Parking Meters, Graffiti, Street Signs
1990-1991
4/2
Engineering Department: Streets, Street Lighting, Parking Meters, Graffiti, Street Signs
1990-
4/3
Engineering Department: Traffic / Parking Operations
1990-1991
4/4
Fire Department
1990-
4/5
Fire Department: Emergency Disaster Planning (FEMA)
1990-
4/6
Fire Department: Office of the Chief
1990-
4/7
Health Department
1990-1991
4/8
Health Department: Alcohol and Substance Abuse
1990-
4/9
Health Department: Clinics / Hospital Issues
1990-
4/10
Health Department: Environmental Health
1990-
4/11
Health Department: Office of the Director
1990-
4/12
Human Services
1990-1991
4/13
Human Services: Seniors
1990-1991
4/14
Human Services: Childcare
1990-
4/15
Human Services: Community Service Centers
1990-1991
5/1
Human Services: Human Services
1990-
5/2
Human Services: Youth Services / Employment
1990-
5/3
Human Services: Office of the Director
1990-
5/4
Human Rights
1988-1990
5/5
Human Rights: Office of the Director
1990-
5/6
Human Rights: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1990-
5/7
Human Services Strategic Planning
1990-
5/8
Human Services Strategic Planning
1990-
5/9
Law
1990-
5/10
Legislative
1990-1991
5/11
Legislative
1990-
5/12
Legislative: City Council
1990-
5/13
Library
1990-
5/14
Licenses and Consumer Affairs
1990-1991
6/1
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control
1990-1991
6/2
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable
1990-1991
6/3
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: License
1990-
6/4
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Office of the Director
1990-
6/5
Mayor's Office
1990-
6/6
Mayor's Office: Briefing Notes form Staff
1990-
6/7
Mayor's Office: Congratulations / Biographies / Photos of Mayor
1990-
6/8
Mayor's Office: Invitations / Scheduling
1990-
6/9
Mayor's Office: Norman B. Rice (Personal)
1990-1991
6/10
Mayor's Office: Speech Material
1990-
6/11
Mayor's Office: Staff Correspondence
1990-
6/12
Municipal Courts
1990-
6/13
Municipal Courts: Judicial Selection
1990-
6/14
Municipal Courts: Tourist Traffic Violations
1990-1991
6/15
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (Local)
-
7/1
Office for Long Range Planning
1990-
7/2
Office for Long Range Planning: Downtown
1990-
7/3
Office for Long Range Planning: Neighborhood, Business and Commercial
1990-1991
7/4
Office for Long Range Planning: Neighborhood, Business and Commercial
1990-
7/5
Office for Long Range Planning: Office of the Director
1990-
7/6
Office for Long Range Planning: Open Spaces / Greenbelts
1990-1991
7/7
Office for Long Range Planning: Regional Growth / Transportation
1990-1991
7/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1990-
7/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: House and Senate Bills / Legislative
1990-
7/10
Office of International Affairs
1990-1991
7/11
Office of International Affairs: Consular Corps / Dignitaries
1990-
7/12
Office of International Affairs: Office of the Director
1990-
7/13
Office of Neighborhoods
1990-1991
8/1
Office of Management and Budget
1990-
8/2
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1990-
8/3
Office of Management and Budget: Community Development Block Grant Support Letters
1990-
8/4
Office of Management and Budget: Community Development Block Grant
1990-
8/5
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1990-1991
8/6
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1990-1991
8/7
Office of Management and Budget: Office of the Director
1990-
8/8
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes
1990-
8/9
Parks and Recreation
1990-1991
8/10
Parks and Recreation: Aquarium
1990-
8/11
Parks and Recreation: Discovery Park / Fort Lawton
1990-
8/12
Parks and Recreation: Office of the Director
1990-1991
8/13
Parks and Recreation: Parks
1989-1991
8/14
Parks and Recreation: Permits / Fees
1990-1991
8/15
Parks and Recreation: Recreation / Swimming Pools / Lakes
1990-1991
8/16
Parks and Recreation: Woodland Park Zoo
1990-
9/1
Personnel
1990-
9/2
Personnel: Affirmative Action
1990-
9/3
Personnel: Blood Drive
1990-
9/4
Personnel: Combined Charities Drive
1990-
9/5
Personnel: Employee Benefits
1990-
9/6
Personnel: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1990-
9/7
Personnel: Office of the Director
1990-1991
9/8
Personnel: Resumes / Requests for Employment
1990-1991
9/9
Personnel: Resumes / Requests for Employment
1990-1991
9/10
Personnel: Resumes / Requests for Employment
1990-1991
9/11
Personnel: Training
1990-
9/12
Police
1990-1991
9/13
Police: Commendation Letters
1990-1991
9/14
Police: Drugs
1990-
10/1
Police: Intelligence
1989-1990
10/2
Police: Office of the Chief
1990-
10/3
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1990-1991
10/4
Retirement System
1990-
10/5
Seattle Arts Commission
1990-1991
10/6
Seattle Arts Commission: Commission Appointments
1989-1990
10/7
Seattle Arts Commission: Office of the Director
1990-
10/8
Seattle Center
1990-
10/9
Seattle Center: Redevelopment
1990-1991
10/10
Seattle Center: Resident Theaters
1990-
10/11
Treasurer
1990-
10/12
Water
1990-
10/13
Water: Office of the Superintendent
1990-
10/14
Water: Utility Bills
1990-
10/15
Water: Watersheds
1990-
10/16
Women's Rights
1990-1991
10/17
Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian
1990-
11/1
Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian
1990-
11/2
Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian
1990-
11/3
Women's Rights: Office of the Director
1990-
11/4
Administrative Services
1991-1992
11/5
Administrative Services: Emergency Management
1991
11/6
Administrative Services: Facilities Services
1991
11/7
Administrative Services: Fleet Services
1991
11/8
Administrative Services: Office of the Director
1991
11/9
Board of Public Works
1991-
11/10
City Light
1991-
11/11
City Light: Bonneville Power Administration / Regional Power
1991-
11/12
City Light: Office of the Superintendent
1991-
11/13
City Light: Utility Rates / Bills / Complaints
1991-
11/14
Community Development
1991-1992
11/15
Community Development: Economic Development
1991-1992
11/16
Community Development: Historic Preservation / Urban Conservation
1991-
12/1
Community Development: Housing
1990-1991
12/2
Community Development: Office for Small Business
1991-
12/3
Community Development: Office of the Director
1991-
12/4
Community Development: Waterfront / Harborfront
1991-
12/5
Community Development: Weatherization
1991-
12/6
Comptroller's Office / City Clerk
1991-
12/7
Construction and Land Use
1991-
12/8
Construction and Land Use: Housing and Building Code
1991-
12/9
Construction and Land Use: Office of the Director
1991-
12/10
Construction and Land Use: Permits
1991-
12/11
Construction and Land Use: Permits
1991-
13/1
Construction and Land Use: Permits
1990-1991
13/2
Construction and Land Use: Rental Housing Registration / Inspection
1991-
13/3
Construction and Land Use: Zoning / Rezoning
1991-1992
13/4
Department of Neighborhoods
1991-
13/5
Department of Neighborhoods
1991-
13/6
Department of Neighborhoods: Citizens Service Bureau
1991-
13/7
Department of Neighborhoods: Community Service Centers
1991-
13/8
Department of Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Programs
1991-
13/9
Department of Neighborhoods: Office of the Director
1991-
13/10
Election Administration
1991-
14/1
Engineering Department
1991-
14/2
Engineering Department: Bikeways / Trailways
1991-
14/3
Engineering Department: Bridges
1991-
14/4
Engineering Department: Office of the Director
1990-1991
14/5
Engineering Department: Recycling
1991-1992
14/6
Engineering Department: Sewers / Drainage
1991-
14/7
Engineering Department: Solid Waste
1991-1992
14/8
Engineering Department: Utility Bills / Garbage
1991-
14/9
Engineering Department: Street Vacation
1991-
14/10
Engineering Department: Streets / Lighting Maintenance / Parking Meters / Graffiti / Street Signs
1991-
14/11
Engineering Department: Streets / Lighting Maintenance / Parking Meters / Graffiti / Street Signs
1991-1992
15/1
Engineering Department: Traffic / Parking Operations
1991-1992
15/2
Engineering Department: Traffic / Parking Operations
1991-1992
15/3
Fire Department
1991-
15/4
Fire Department: Office of the Chief
1991-
15/5
Health (King County)
1991-
15/6
Health: Alcohol and Substance Abuse
1991-
15/7
Health: Community Health Clinics / Hospital Issues
1991-
15/8
Health: Environmental Health Division
1991-
15/9
Hearing Examiner
1991-1992
15/10
Human Services
1991-
15/11
Human Services: Aging (Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens
1991-
15/12
Human Services: Aging (Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens)
1991-
16/1
Human Services: Child Care
1991-
16/2
Human Services: Education
1991-
16/3
Human Services: Education
1991-
16/4
Human Services: Education
1991-
16/5
Human Services: Education
1990-1991
16/6
Human Services: Education, Family and Education Levy Contributions
1990-
16/7
Human Services: Human Services
1991-
16/8
Human Services: Office of the Director
1991-
16/9
Human Services: Youth Services / Employment
1991-
16/10
Human Services: Veterans (Seattle Veterans Action Center)
1991-
16/11
Human Rights
1991-
16/12
Human Rights: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1991-
16/13
Human Services Strategic Planning Office
1991-
16/14
Law
1990-1991
17/1
Legislative
1991-
17/2
Legislative
1990-1991
17/3
Legislative: City Council
1991-
17/4
Licenses and Consumer Affairs
1991-1992
17/5
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control
1991-1992
17/6
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable
1991-
17/7
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Liquor License / Tobacco License
1991-
17/8
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Office of the Director
-
17/9
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Taxi
1991-
17/10
Mayor's Office
1991-
17/11
Mayor's Office
1990-1991
17/12
Mayor's Office
1990-1991
18/1
Mayor's Office: Norman B. Rice (Personal)
1990-1991
18/2
Mayor's Office: Public Administration Internship
1988-1991
18/3
Mayor's Office: Public Administration Internship
1990-1991
18/4
Mayor's Office: Public Administration Internship
1988-1991
18/5
Mayor's Office: Public Administration Internship
1990-1991
18/6
Mayor's Office: Savings Bond Drive
1991-
18/7
Mayor's Office: Staff Correspondence
1991-
18/8
Mayor's Office: Film Production / Washington State Trade / Economic Development
1991-
18/9
Municipal Courts
1991-
18/10
Municipal Courts: Collection Agency
1991-
18/11
Municipal Courts: Judicial Selection
1990-1991
18/12
Municipal Courts: Tourist Traffic Violations
1991-
18/13
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (Local - Seattle)
1991-
18/14
Office for Long Range Planning
1991-
18/15
Office for Long Range Planning: Downtown
1991-
18/16
Office for Long Range Planning: Institutional Policies
1991-
18/17
Office for Long Range Planning: Neighborhood / Business / Commercial / Remapping
1991-
19/1
Office for Long Range Planning: Neighborhood / Business / Commercial / Remapping
1991-
19/2
Office for Long Range Planning: Neighborhood / Business / Commercial / Remapping
1990-1991
19/3
Office for Long Range Planning: Office of the Director
1991-
19/4
Office for Long Range Planning: Open Spaces / Greenbelts
1991-
19/5
Office for Long Range Planning: Regional Growth / Transportation
1991-
19/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1991-
19/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1991-
19/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1991-
19/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: House and Senate Bills / Legislative
1991-
19/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Director Search
1991-
19/11
Office of International Affairs
1991-1992
19/12
Office of International Affairs: Consular Corps / Dignitaries
1991-1992
19/13
Office of International Affairs: Director Search
1990-
19/14
Office of Management and Budget
1991-1992
20/1
Office of Management and Budget
1991-
20/2
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
20/3
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
20/4
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
20/5
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
20/6
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
20/7
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
20/8
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
20/9
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
21/1
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
21/2
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
21/3
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
21/4
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
21/5
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
21/6
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
21/7
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
21/8
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
21/9
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
21/10
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
22/1
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-
22/2
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
22/3
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1991-1992
22/4
Office of Management and Budget: Community Development Block Grant, Letters of Support / Correspondence
1991-1992
22/5
Office of Management and Budget: Community Development Block Grant
1991-1992
22/6
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-1992
22/7
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-
22/8
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-
22/9
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-
22/10
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-
23/1
Office of Management and Budget: Homeless
1991-
23/2
Office of Management and Budget: Office of the Director
1991-1992
23/3
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes
1991-1992
23/4
Parks and Recreation
1991-
23/5
Parks and Recreation
1991-
23/6
Parks and Recreation
1991-
23/7
Parks and Recreation: Aquarium
1991-
23/8
Parks and Recreation: Office of the Director
1991-
23/9
Parks and Recreation: Parks
1991-
23/10
Parks and Recreation: Parks
1991-
23/11
Parks and Recreation: Parks
1991-
24/1
Parks and Recreation: Recreation / Swimming Pools / Lakes
1991-1992
24/2
Parks and Recreation: Woodland Park Zoo
1991-
24/3
Personnel
1991-1992
24/4
Personnel: Affirmative Action
1991-
24/5
Personnel: Blood Drive
1991-
24/6
Personnel: Combined Charitable Drive
1991-
24/7
Personnel: Employee Benefits
1991-
24/8
Personnel: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1991-
24/9
Personnel: Office of the Director
1985-1991
24/10
Personnel: Resumes
1991-1992
24/11
Personnel: Resumes
1990-1991
25/1
Personnel: Training Programs / Cultural Diversity
1991-
25/2
Police
1991-
25/3
Police
1991-
25/4
Police
1991-
25/5
Police
1991-
25/6
Police: Advisory Board Case
1991-
25/7
Police: Commendation Letters
1990-1992
25/8
Police: Drugs
1991-
25/9
Police: Intelligence
1991-
25/10
Police: Internal Investigations / Complaint Advisory Board
1991-
25/11
Police: Office of the Chief
1990-1991
25/12
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1991-1992
26/1
Purchasing Office
1991-
26/2
Retirement System
1991-
26/3
Seattle Arts Commission
1991-
26/4
Seattle Arts Commission
1991-
26/5
Seattle Center
1991-1992
26/6
Seattle Center: Redevelopment
1990-1991
26/7
Seattle Center: Office of the Director
1991-
26/8
Treasurer
1990-1991
26/9
Treasurer: Investment Committee
1991-
26/10
Water
1991-
26/11
Water: Office of the Superintendent
1991-
26/12
Water: Utility Bills
1991-
26/13
Water: Watersheds
1991-
26/14
Women's Rights
1991-1992
26/15
Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian
1991-
26/16
Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian
1991-
26/17
Women's Rights: Office of the Director
1991-
27/1
DAS: General
1992
27/2
DAS: Contracts / Purchase
1992
27/3
DAS: Data Processing
1992
27/4
DAS: Emergency Management
1992
27/5
DAS: Facilities Services
1992
27/6
DAS: Director
1992
27/7
Seattle Arts Commission: General
1992
27/8
Seattle Arts Commission: Arts Director
1992
27/9
SCL: General (I)
1992
27/10
SCL: General (II)
1992
27/11
SCL: BPA Regional Power
1992
27/12
SCL: Superintendent
1992
27/13
SCL: Superintendent Search
1992
27/14
SCL: Bill Rates / Complaints
1992
27/15
Construction and Land Use: Code Development / Community Relations
1992
27/16
Construction and Land Use: Director Search
1992
27/17
Construction and Land Use: Inspections
1992
27/18
Construction and Land Use: Director
1992
27/19
Housing / Zoning
1992
28/1
Construction and Land Use: Permits / Plans (I)
1992
28/2
Construction and Land Use: Permits / Plans (II)
1992
28/3
Construction and Land Use: Permits / Plans (III)
1992
28/4
Construction and Land Use: Permits / Plans (IV)
1992
28/5
Construction and Land Use: Rental Inspections
1992
28/6
Ethics and Elections
1992
28/7
Engineering Department: General
1992
28/8
Engineering Department: Drainage / Sewer
1992
28/9
Engineering Department: Trees
1992
28/10
Engineering Department: Community Affairs
1992
28/11
Engineering Department: Director
1992
28/12
Engineering Department: Solid Waste (I)
1992
28/13
Engineering Department: Solid Waste (II)
1992
28/14
Engineering Department: Street Utility (I)
1992
28/15
Land Use
1992
29/1
Engineering Department: Street Utility (II)
1992
29/2
Engineering Department: Street Utility (III)
1992
29/3
Engineering Department: Street Utility (IV)
1992
29/4
Engineering Department: Traffic / Transportation
1992
29/5
Fire: General
1992
29/6
Fire: Commendations
1992
29/7
Fire: Fire Chief
1992
29/8
Fire: Permits
1992
29/9
Finance: General
1992
29/10
Finance: Comptroller
1992
29/11
Finance: Director Search
1992
29/12
Finance: Transition
1992
29/13
Finance: Treasurer
1992
29/14
Health: General
1992
29/15
Health: AIDS
1992
29/16
Health: Clinics / Hospitals
1992
30/1
Health: Education / Schools
1992
30/2
Hearing Examiner: General
1992
30/3
DHHS: General
1992
30/4
DHHS: Community Development Block Grant
1992
30/5
DHHS: Education (I)
1992
30/6
DHHS: Education (II)
1992
30/7
DHHS: Education (III)
1992
30/8
DHHS: Education (IV)
1992
30/9
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (I)
1992
30/10
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (II)
1992
30/11
DHHS: Summit Implementation Group
1992
30/12
DHHS: Director
1992
30/13
Housing
1992-1993
31/1
DHHS: Seniors
1992
31/2
DHHS: Siting
1992
31/3
DHHS: Youth (I)
1992
31/4
DHHS: Youth (II)
1992
31/5
DHHS: Youth (III)
1992
31/6
DHHS: Youth (IV)
1992
31/7
Human Rights Department: General
1992
31/8
Human Rights Department: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1992
31/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: General
1992
31/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Local
1992
31/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Chamber of Commerce
1992
31/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County
1992
31/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County Administration
1992
31/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Jail / Justice System
1992
31/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Regional
1992
31/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Metro (I)
1992
32/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Metro (II)
1992
32/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle
1992
32/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council
1992
32/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Puget Sound Regional
1992
32/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Trade Development Alliance
1992
32/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Washington State
1992
32/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Association of Washington Cities
1992
32/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State Office
1992
32/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Governor's Office
1992
32/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Social / Health Services
1992
32/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Trade / Economic Development
1992
32/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: National
1992
32/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal Government
1992
32/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Congress
1992
32/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: HUD
1992
32/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: INS
1992
32/17
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Parks Service
1992
32/18
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: National League of Cities
1992
32/19
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Mayors
1992
32/20
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International
1992
32/21
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities
1992
32/22
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Beer Sheva, Israel
1992
32/23
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Bergen, Norway
1992
32/24
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Christchruch, New Zealand
1992
32/25
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Galway, Ireland
1992
32/26
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Gdynia, Poland
1992
32/27
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Kobe, Japan
1992
32/28
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Managua, Nicaragua
1992
32/29
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Mazatlan, Mexico
1992
32/30
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Nates, France
1992
32/31
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Pecs, Hungary
1992
32/32
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Perugia, Italy
1992
32/33
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Taejon, Korea
1992
32/34
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Tashkent, USSR
1992
33/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: United Nations
1992
33/2
Law Department: General (I)
1992
33/3
Law Department: General (II)
1992
33/4
Legislative Department: General (I)
1992
33/5
Legislative Department: General (II)
1992
33/6
Legislative Department: City Council
1992
33/7
Library: General
1992
33/8
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: General
1992
33/9
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control (I)
1992
33/10
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control (II)
1992
33/11
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV (I)
1992
33/12
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV (II)
1992
34/1
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV Refranchising Negotiations (I)
1992
34/2
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV Refranchising Negotiations (II)
1992
34/3
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV Refranchising Negotiations (III)
1992
34/4
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Cable TV Refranchising Negotiations (IV)
1992
34/5
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Director
1992
34/6
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Taxis
1992
34/7
Office of Management and Budget: General
1992
34/8
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (I)
1992
34/9
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (II)
1992
34/10
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (III)
1992
35/1
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (IV)
1992
35/2
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (V)
1992
35/3
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (VI)
1992
35/4
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (VII)
1992
35/5
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Letters
1992
35/6
Office of Management and Budget: P-Patch Program
1992
35/7
Office of Management and Budget: Capital Improvement Program
1992
35/8
Office of Management and Budget: Executive Work Program
1992
35/9
Office of Management and Budget: Director
1992
35/10
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes
1992
35/11
Mayors: General
1992
35/12
Mayors: Appointments Boards / Commissions
1992
35/13
Mayors: Aging
1992
35/14
Mayors: Arts commission
1992
35/15
Mayors: Ballard Avenue
1992
35/16
Mayors: Bicycle
1992
35/17
Mayors: Bumbershoot
1992
36/1
Mayors: Burke-Gilman Trail
1992
36/2
Mayors: Cable
1992
36/3
Mayors: Capitol Hill Housing
1992
36/4
Mayors: Children and Youth
1992
36/5
Mayors: Chinatown- International District PDA
1992
36/6
Mayors: City Light Advisory Committee
1992
36/7
Mayors: Civil Service Commission
1992
36/8
Mayors: Seattle Design Commission
1992
36/9
Mayors: Ethics and Elections Commission
1992
36/10
Mayors: Fire Prevention Code Advisory Board
1992
36/11
Mayors: Gay and Lesbian Commission
1992
36/12
Mayors: Historic Seattle PDA
1992
36/13
Mayors: Human Rights commission
1992
36/14
Mayors: International Special Review District Board
1992
36/15
Mayors: Joint Advisory Apprenticeship Committee
1992
36/16
Mayors: Landmarks Preservation Board
1992
36/17
Mayors: Library Board
1992
36/18
Mayors: Museum Development Authority Council
1992
36/19
Mayors: Park Board
1992
36/20
Mayors: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1992
36/21
Mayors: Pike Place Market PDA
1992
36/22
Mayors: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1992
36/23
Mayors: Planning Commission
1992
36/24
Mayors: Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1992
36/25
Mayors: Sand Point Community Liaison Committee
1992
36/26
Mayors: Seattle Center Advisory Committee
1992
36/27
Mayors: Small Business Task Force
1992
36/28
Mayors: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
1992
36/29
Mayors: TREEmendous Seattle Board of Directors
1992
36/30
Mayors: Veterans Hall Advisory Board
1992
36/31
Mayors: Water Rates Advisory Committee
1992
36/32
Mayors: Women's Commission
1992
36/33
Mayors: Zoo Development Authority
1992
36/34
Mayors: General (I)
1992
37/1
Mayors: General (II)
1992
37/2
Mayors: General (III)
1992
37/3
Mayors: General (IV)
1992
37/4
Mayors: General (V)
1992
37/5
Mayors: Citizen Letters
1992
37/6
Mayors: Contributions / Requests
1992
37/7
Mayors: Film and Video
1992
37/8
Mayors: Greetings / Welcome
1992
37/9
Mayors: Media, TV and Radio
1992
37/10
Mayors: Proclamations (Denials)
1992
38/1
Mayors: Public Disclosure Requests (I)
1992
38/2
Mayors: Public Disclosure Requests (II)
1992
38/3
Mayors: Sports
1992
38/4
Mayors: Mariners (I)
1992
38/5
Mayors: Mariners (II)
1992
38/6
Mayors: Seahawks
1992
38/7
Mayors: Sonics
1992
38/8
Mayors: Sonics Contract Renegotiation
1992
38/9
Mayors: Arena
1992
38/10
Mayors: Ackerley Communications Public Disclosure Request
1992
38/11
Mayors: Arena (I)
1992
38/12
Mayors: Arena (II)
1992
39/1
Mayors: Arena (III)
1992
39/2
Mayors: Staff Correspondence
1992
39/3
Municipal Courts: General
1992
39/4
Municipal Courts: Collections Agency
1992
39/5
Municipal Courts: Judicial Selection
1992
39/6
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (I)
1992
39/7
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (II)
1992
39/8
Neighborhoods: General
1992
39/9
Neighborhoods: Citizen Service Bureau
1992
39/10
Neighborhoods: Economic Development / Small Business Program
1992
39/11
Neighborhoods: Historic Preservation
1992
39/12
Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Programs
1992
39/13
Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Service Centers
1992
40/1
Parks: General (I)
1992
40/2
Parks: General (II)
1992
40/3
Parks: General (III)
1992
40/4
Parks: General (IV)
1992
40/5
Parks: Aquarium
1992
40/6
Parks: Director
1992
40/7
Parks: Special Events (I)
1992
40/8
Parks: Special Events (II)
1992
40/9
Parks: Special Events (III)
1992
40/10
Parks: Recreation / Swimming / Lakes
1992
41/1
Parks: Seafair
1992
41/2
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo
1992
41/3
Parks: Welcome Home Troops
1991-1992
41/4
Parks: Welcome Home Troops Week
1991-1992
41/5
Parks: Welcome Home Troops Week -- Fundraising / Contributions
1991-1992
41/6
Parks: Welcome Home Troops Week -- Bills / Financing
1991-1992
41/7
Parks: Welcome Home Troops Week -- Reception
1991-1992
41/8
Pers / Csc: General
1992
41/9
Pers / Csc: Affirmative Action
1992
41/10
Pers / Csc: Employee Benefits
1992
41/11
Pers / Csc: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1992
41/12
Pers / Csc: Director
1992
41/13
Pers / Csc: Training
1992
41/14
Pers / Csc: Cultural Diversity
1992
41/15
Pers / Csc: Americans With Disabilities Act
1992
41/16
Planning: General
1992
41/17
Planning: Comprehensive Plan
1992
41/18
Planning: Downtown Plan
1992
41/19
Planning: Environment
1992
42/1
Planning: Human Services Planning
1992
42/2
Planning: Regional Growth (I)
1992
42/3
Planning: Regional Growth (II)
1992
42/4
Planning: Remapping
1992
42/5
Planning: Transportation
1992
42/6
Police: General (I)
1992
42/7
Police: General (II)
1992
42/8
Police: General (III)
1992
42/9
Police: General (IV)
1992
42/10
Police: Commendations
1992
43/1
Police: Complaints (Officer) (I)
1992
43/2
Police: Complaints (Officer) (II)
1992
43/3
Police: Complaints (Officer) (III)
1992
43/4
Police: Crime / Public Safety (I)
1992
43/5
Police: Crime / Public Safety (II)
1992
43/6
Police: Crime / Public Safety (III)
1992
43/7
Police: Drugs / Gangs (I)
1992
43/8
Police: Drugs / Gangs (II)
1992
43/9
Police: Drugs / Gangs (III)
1992
43/10
Police: Drugs / Gangs (IV)
1992
43/11
Police: Crime / Public Safety (IV)
1992
44/1
Police: Crime / Public Safety (V)
1992
44/2
Police: Gambling / Guns
1992
44/3
Police: Internal Investigations
1992
44/4
Police: Chief's Office
1992
44/5
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1992
44/6
Police: "Two-Twenty's"
1992
44/7
Retirement System: General
1992
44/8
Seattle Center: General
1992
44/9
Seattle Center: Redevelopment
1992
44/10
Seattle Center: Director
1992
44/11
SHA: General
1992
44/12
SWD: General (I)
1992
44/13
SWD: General (II)
1992
44/14
SWD: General (III)
1992
45/1
SWD: General (IV)
1992
45/2
SWD: Water Shortage (I)
1992
45/3
SWD: Water Shortage (II)
1992
45/4
SWD: Water Shortage (III)
1992
45/5
SWD: Superintendents Office
1992
45/6
SWD: Utility Bills
1992
45/7
SWD: Water Shortage
1992
45/8
SWD: General
1992
45/9
SWD: Gay and Lesbian (I)
1992
45/10
SWD: Gay and Lesbian (II)
1992
45/11
SWD: Sexual Harassment
1992
45/12
SWD: Women
1992
45/13
DAS: General
1993
46/1
DAS: Cable
1993
46/2
DAS: Purchasing
1993
46/3
DAS: Data Processing
1993
46/4
DAS: Energy Management
1993
46/5
DAS: Facilities Services
1993
46/6
Seattle Arts Commission: General
1993
46/7
Seattle Arts Commission: Office of the Director
1993
46/8
SCL: General (I)
1993
46/9
SCL: General (II)
1993
46/10
SCL: Regional Power
1993
47/1
SCL: Superintendent
1993
47/2
SCL: Rates / Bills
1993
47/3
Construction and Land Use: General
1993
47/4
Construction and Land Use: Housing / Zoning
1993
47/5
Construction and Land Use: Land Use (I)
1993
47/6
Construction and Land Use: Land Use (II)
1993
47/7
Construction and Land Use: Land Use (III)
1993
47/8
Construction and Land Use: Office of the Director
1993
47/9
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans (I)
1993
47/10
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans (II)
1993
47/11
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans (III)
1993
48/1
Construction and Land Use: Rental Inspection
1993
48/2
OED: General (I)
1993
48/3
OED: General (II)
1993
48/4
OED: General (III)
1993
48/5
OED: General (IV)
1993
48/6
OED: General (V)
1993
48/7
Ethics and Elections: General
1993
48/8
Engineering: General (I)
1993
48/9
Engineering: General (I)
1993
49/1
Engineering: Drainage and Wastewater
1993
49/2
Engineering: Office of the Director
1993
49/3
Engineering: Solid Waste Utility (I)
1993
49/4
Engineering: Solid Waste Utility (II)
1993
49/5
Engineering: Street Utility (I)
1993
49/6
Engineering: Street Utility (II)
1993
49/7
Engineering: Street Utility (III)
1993
49/8
Engineering: Traffic / Transportation (I)
1993
49/9
Engineering: Traffic / Transportation (II)
1993
49/10
Engineering: Traffic / Transportation (III)
1993
50/1
Fire: General
1993
50/2
Fire: Commendation Letters
1993
50/3
Finance: General
1993
50/4
Health: General (I)
1993
50/5
Health: General (II)
1993
50/6
Health: AIDS
1993
50/7
Health: Clinics / Hospital Issues
1993
50/8
Health: Education / Schools
1993
50/9
DHHS: General
1993
50/10
DHHS: Block Grant
1993
50/11
DHHS: Education (I)
1993
50/12
DHHS: Education (II)
1993
50/13
DHHS: Education (III)
1993
51/1
DHHS: Education (IV)
1993
51/2
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (I)
1993
51/3
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (II)
1993
51/4
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (III)
1993
51/5
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (IV)
1993
51/6
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (V)
1993
51/7
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (VI)
1993
51/8
DHHS: Housing (I)
1993
52/1
DHHS: Housing (II)
1993
52/2
DHHS: Housing (III)
1993
52/3
DHHS: Office of the Director
1993
52/4
DHHS: Seniors
1993
52/5
DHHS: Youth (I)
1993
52/6
DHHS: Youth (II)
1993
52/7
DHHS: Youth (III)
1993
52/8
DHHS: Youth (IV)
1993
52/9
DHHS: Youth (V)
1993
52/10
Human Rights Department: General (I)
1993
53/1
Human Rights Department: General (II)
1993
53/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: General
1993
53/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Local
1993
53/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County
1993
53/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Jail / Justice System
1993
53/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Regional
1993
53/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Metro (I)
1993
53/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Metro (II)
1993
53/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle (I)
1993
53/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle (II)
1993
53/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council
1993
53/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Puget Sound Regional Council
1993
53/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Trade Development Alliance
1993
53/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State (Association of Washington Cities)
1993
53/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State Offices (Olympia)
1993
53/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Governor
1993
53/17
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: National
1993
54/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal Government (I)
1993
54/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal Government (II)
1993
54/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Congress
1993
54/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: INS
1993
54/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: White House
1993
54/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: National League of Cities
1993
54/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Mayors
1993
54/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International (I)
1993
54/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International (II)
1993
54/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International (III)
1993
54/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Asian Pacific Economic Coordination
1993
54/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities
1993
54/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Beer Sheva, Israel
1993
54/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Cebu, Philippines
1993
54/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Chongqing, China
1993
54/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Gdynia, Poland
1993
54/17
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Kobe, Japan
1993
54/18
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Mazatlan, Mexico
1993
54/19
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Pecs, Hungary
1993
54/20
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Perugia, Italy
1993
54/21
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Reykjavik, Iceland
1993
54/22
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Surabaya, Indonesia
1993
54/23
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Taejon, Korea
1993
54/24
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Tashkent, USSR
1993
54/25
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: United Nations
1993
54/26
Law Department: General (I)
1993
54/27
Law Department: General (II)
1993
54/28
Law Department: General (III)
1993
55/1
Law Department: Dan Patterson
1993
55/2
Legislative Department: General (I)
1993
55/3
Legislative Department: General (II)
1993
55/4
Library: General
1993
55/5
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: General
1993
55/6
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control
1993
55/7
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: License (I)
1993
55/8
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: License (II)
1993
55/9
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Office of the Director
1993
55/10
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Taxi
1993
55/11
Office of Management and Budget: General
1993
55/12
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (I)
1993
56/1
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities (II)
1993
56/2
Office of Management and Budget: Office of the Director
1993
56/3
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes (I)
1993
56/4
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes (II)
1993
56/5
Mayor: General
1993
56/6
Mayor: Appointments to Boards / Commissions / PDA's
1993
56/7
Mayor: Aging Advisory Council
1993
56/8
Mayor: Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
1993
56/9
Mayor: Animal Control Commission
1993
56/10
Mayor: Apprenticeship Committee
1993
56/11
Mayor: Arboretum and Botanical Garden
1993
56/12
Mayor: Arts Commission
1993
56/13
Mayor: Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
1993
56/14
Mayor: Bicycle Advisory Board
1993
56/15
Mayor: Bumbershoot Festival Commission
1993
56/16
Mayor: Burke-Gilman Place PDA
1993
56/17
Mayor: Cable Communications Advisory Board
1993
56/18
Mayor: Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Council
1993
56/19
Mayor: Children and Youth Commission
1993
56/20
Mayor: City Light Rates Advisory Committee
1993
56/21
Mayor: Civil Service Commission
1993
56/22
Mayor: Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee
1993
56/23
Mayor: Construction Codes Advisory Board
1993
56/24
Mayor: Design Review Board
1993
56/25
Mayor: Downtown Project Review Panel
1993
56/26
Mayor: Ethics and Elections Commission
1993
56/27
Mayor: Historic Seattle PDA Council
1993
56/28
Mayor: Housing Authority
1993
56/29
Mayor: Housing Levy Oversight Committee
1993
56/30
Mayor: Human Rights Commission
1993
56/31
Mayor: Indian Services Commission
1993
56/32
Mayor: Industrial Development Corporation
1993
56/33
Mayor: International Special Review District Board
1993
56/34
Mayor: Landmarks Preservation Board
1993
56/35
Mayor: Lesbians and Gay Men
1993
57/1
Mayor: Library Board of Trustees
1993
57/2
Mayor: Museum Development Authority Council
1993
57/3
Mayor: Pacific Hospital PDA
1993
57/4
Mayor: Park Commissioners
1993
57/5
Mayor: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1993
57/6
Mayor: Pike Place Market PDA
1993
57/7
Mayor: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1993
57/8
Mayor: Planning Commission
1993
57/9
Mayor: Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1993
57/10
Mayor: Sand Point Community Liaison Committee
1993
57/11
Mayor: Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1993
57/12
Mayor: Skagit Environmental
1993
57/13
Mayor: Small Business Task Force
1993
57/14
Mayor: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
1993
57/15
Mayor: Veteran Affairs
1993
57/16
Mayor: Water Rates Advisory Committee
1993
57/17
Mayor: Water Supply Plan Policy Advisory Committee
1993
57/18
Mayor: Women's Commission
1993
57/19
Mayor: Citizen Letters (I)
1993
57/20
Mayor: Citizen Letters (II)
1993
57/21
Mayor: Citizen Letters (III)
1993
57/22
Mayor: Citizen Letters (IV)
1993
57/23
Mayor: Citizen Letters (V)
1993
58/1
Mayor: Citizen Letters (VI)
1993
58/2
Mayor: Contributions / Requests
1993
58/3
Mayor: Film and Video
1993
58/4
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (I)
1993
58/5
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (II)
1993
58/6
Mayor: Organizations / Programs
1993
58/7
Mayor: Media Contract
1993
58/8
Mayor: HOPE for the Homeless Month
1993
58/9
Mayor: Proclamations Denied
1993
58/10
Mayor: Public Disclosure Requests
1993
58/11
Mayor: Public Disclosure Requests- Travel Itinerary
1993
58/12
Mayor: Sports
1993
58/13
Mayor: Staff Correspondence
1993
58/14
Mayor: Seattle Reconciliation Project
1993
59/1
Municipal Courts: General
1993
59/2
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (I)
1993
59/3
Municipal Courts: Traffic Violations (II)
1993
59/4
Municipal Courts: Judicial Selection
1993
59/5
Neighborhoods: General
1993
59/6
Neighborhoods: Citizen Service Bureau
1993
59/7
Neighborhoods: Town Meetings
1993
59/8
Neighborhoods: Economic Development
1993
59/9
Neighborhoods: Historic Preservation
1993
59/10
Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Programs
1993
59/11
Neighborhoods: Service Centers (I)
1993
59/12
Neighborhoods: Service Centers (II)
1993
59/13
Neighborhoods: Office of the Director
1993
59/14
Parks: General (I)
1993
60/1
Parks: General (II)
1993
60/2
Parks: Aquarium
1993
60/3
Parks: Office of the Director
1993
60/4
Parks: Parks (I)
1993
60/5
Parks: Parks (II)
1993
60/6
Parks: Parks (III)
1993
60/7
Parks: Parks (IV)
1993
60/8
Parks: Parks (V)
1993
60/9
Parks: Parks (VI)
1993
60/10
Parks: Special Events
1993
60/11
Parks: Recreation Programs
1993
61/1
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo
1993
61/2
Pers / Csc: General
1993
61/3
Pers / Csc: Affirmative Action (I)
1993
61/4
Pers / Csc: Affirmative Action (II)
1993
61/5
Pers / Csc: Employee Benefits
1993
61/6
Pers / Csc: Union Negotiations
1993
61/7
Pers / Csc: Office of the Director
1993
61/8
Pers / Csc: Training
1993
61/9
Pers / Csc: Americans with Disabilities Act
1993
61/10
Planning: Sand Point (I)
1993
61/11
Planning: Sand Point (II)
1993
61/12
Planning: Sand Point (III)
1993
62/1
Planning: Comprehensive Plan, Urban Villages (I)
1993
62/2
Planning: Comprehensive Plan, Urban Villages (II)
1993
62/3
Planning: Comprehensive Plan, Urban Villages (III)
1993
62/4
Planning: Comprehensive Plan, Urban Villages (IV)
1993
62/5
Planning: Environmental
1993
62/6
Planning: Regional Growth
1993
62/7
Planning: Regional Transit Plan (I)
1993
62/8
Planning: Regional Transit Plan (II)
1993
62/9
Police: General (I)
1993
63/1
Police: General (II)
1993
63/2
Police: Commendation Letters
1993
63/3
Police: Complaints (I)
1993
63/4
Police: Complaints (II)
1993
63/5
Police: Crime / Public Safety (I)
1993
63/6
Police: Crime / Public Safety (II)
1993
63/7
Police: Crime / Public Safety (III)
1993
63/8
Police: Crime / Public Safety (IV)
1993
64/1
Police: Drugs / Gangs
1993
64/2
Police: Gambling / Guns (I)
1993
64/3
Police: Gambling / Guns (II)
1993
64/4
Police: Internal Investigation
1993
64/5
Police: Office of the Chief
1993
64/6
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement (I)
1993
64/7
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement (II)
1993
64/8
Police: Resumes for Police Chief
1993
64/9
Police: "Two- Twentys"
1993
64/10
Police: Violence (I)
1993
65/1
Police: Violence (II)
1993
65/2
Police: Violence (III)
1993
65/3
Retirement System: General
1993
65/4
Seattle Center: General (I)
1993
65/5
Seattle Center: General (II)
1993
65/6
Seattle Center: Redevelopment Plan (I)
1993
65/7
Seattle Center: Redevelopment Plan (II)
1993
65/8
SHA: General
1993
65/9
SWD: General (I)
1993
66/1
SWD: General (II)
1993
66/2
SWD: Superintendent
1993
66/3
SWD: Utility Bills / Rates
1993
66/4
SWD: Water Supply
1993
66/5
Office of Women's Rights: General
1993
66/6
Office of Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian (I)
1993
66/7
Office of Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian (II)
1993
66/8
Office of Women's Rights: Office of the Director
1993
66/9
Office of Women's Rights: Sexual Harassment
1993
66/10
Office of Women's Rights: Women's Issues
1993
66/11
DAS: General
1994
66/12
DAS: Cable
1994
66/13
DAS: Contracting / Purchasing
1994
66/14
DAS: Data Processing / Communications
1994
66/15
DAS: Emergency Management
1994
66/16
DAS: Facilities Services
1994
66/17
DAS: Space Planning
1994
67/1
Anti-Violence Project: General (I)
1994
67/2
Anti-Violence Project: General (II)
1994
67/3
Anti-Violence Project: General (III)
1994
67/4
Anti-Violence Project: Gun Control
1994
67/5
Seattle Arts Commission: General
1994
67/6
SCL: General (I)
1994
67/7
SCL: General (II)
1994
68/1
SCL: General (III)
1994
68/2
SCL: Regional Power
1994
68/3
SCL: Utility Rates / Bills / Complaints
1994
68/4
Construction and Land Use: General
1994
68/5
Construction and Land Use: Noise
1994
68/6
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans / Building Codes (I)
1994
68/7
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans / Building Codes (II)
1994
68/8
Construction and Land Use: Rental Housing
1994
68/9
OED: General (I)
1994
68/10
OED: General (II)
1994
68/11
OED: General (III)
1994
68/12
Housing / Zoning / Land Use
1994-1995
69/1
Ethics and Elections: General
1994
69/2
Engineering Department: General
1994
69/3
Engineering Department: Drainage / Wastewater Utility
1994
69/4
Engineering Department: Solid Waste Utility (I)
1994
69/5
Engineering Department: Solid Waste Utility (II)
1994
69/6
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (I)
1994
69/7
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (II)
1994
69/8
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (III)
1994
69/9
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (IV)
1994
69/10
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (V)
1994
69/11
OED: General (IV)
1994
70/1
Engineering Department: Street Utility / Streets / Parking Meters / Traffic (VI)
1994
70/2
Fire: General
1994
70/3
Finance: General
1994
70/4
Health: General
1994
70/5
Health: AIDS
1994
70/6
Health: Clinics / Hospital Issues
1994
70/7
Health: Education / Schools
1994
70/8
Hearing Examiner: General
1994
70/9
DHHS: Block Grant
1994
70/10
DHHS: Education (I)
1994
70/11
DHHS: Education (II)
1994
70/12
DHHS: Education (III)
1994
70/13
DHHS
1994
71/1
DHHS: Education (IV)
1994
71/2
DHHS: Education (V)
1994
71/3
DHHS: Director Search
1994
71/4
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (I)
1994
71/5
DHHS: Homeless / Employment (II)
1994
71/6
DHHS: Housing (I)
1994
71/7
DHHS: Housing (II)
1994
71/8
DHHS: Seniors
1994
71/9
DHHS: Youth (I)
1994
71/10
DHHS: Youth (II)
1994
71/11
Homelessness
1994
72/1
DHHS: Youth (III)
1994
72/2
Human Rights Department: General
1994
72/3
Human Rights Department: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1994
72/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: General
1994
72/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Local
1994
72/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro (I)
1994
72/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro (II)
1994
72/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Jail / Justice System
1994
72/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Regional
1994
72/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle
1994
72/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council (I)
1994
72/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council (II)
1994
73/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council (III)
1994
73/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Puget Sound Regional Council
1994
73/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Trade Development Alliance
1994
73/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State
1994
73/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (I)
1994
73/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (II)
1994
73/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: National League of Cities
1994
73/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Mayors
1994
73/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International
1994
73/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities
1994
73/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Beer Sheva, Israel
1994
73/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Cebu, Philippines
1994
73/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Christchurch, New Zealand
1994
73/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Gdynia, Poland
1994
73/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Kobe, Japan
1994
73/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Managua, Nicaragua
1994
73/17
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Mazatlan, Mexico
1994
73/18
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Nates, France
1994
73/19
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Pecs, Hungary
1994
73/20
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Perguia, Italy
1994
73/21
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Surabava, Indonesia
1994
73/22
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Taejon, Korea
1994
73/23
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Tashkent, Uzbekistan
1994
73/24
Law Department: General (I)
1994
73/25
Law Department: General (II)
1994
74/1
Law Department: General (III)
1994
74/2
Legislative Department: General (I)
1994
74/3
Legislative Department: General (II)
1994
74/4
Library: General
1994
74/5
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: General
1994
74/6
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Animal Control
1994
74/7
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Business Licenses
1994
74/8
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Liquor Licenses
1994
74/9
Licenses and Consumer Affairs: Taxis
1994
74/10
Office of Management and Budget: General (I)
1994
74/11
Office of Management and Budget: General (II)
1994
75/1
Office of Management and Budget: General (III)
1994
75/2
Office of Management and Budget: General (IV)
1994
75/3
Office of Management and Budget: Budget Priorities
1994
75/4
Office of Management and Budget: Capital Improvement Program
1994
75/5
Office of Management and Budget: Revenue / Taxes
1994
75/6
Mayor: General
1994
75/7
Mayor: Boards / Commissions / Task Force / PDA's
1994
75/8
Mayor: Aging Advisory Council
1994
75/9
Mayor: Arboretum and Botanical Garden
1994
75/10
Mayor: Arts Commission
1994
75/11
Mayor: Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
1994
75/12
Mayor: Bicycle Advisory Board
1994
75/13
Mayor: Bumbershoot Festival Commission
1994
75/14
Mayor: Cable Communication Advisory Board
1994
75/15
Mayor: Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Council
1994
75/16
Mayor: Children and Youth
1994
75/17
Mayor: Chinatown International District PDA Council
1994
75/18
Mayor: City Light Rates
1994
75/19
Mayor: Design Review Board
1994
75/20
Mayor: Design Commission
1994
75/21
Mayor: Ethics and Elections Commission
1994
75/22
Mayor: Historic Seattle PDA Council
1994
75/23
Mayor: Housing Authority
1994
75/24
Mayor: Human Rights Commission
1994
76/1
Mayor: Industrial Development Corporation Board
1994
76/2
Mayor: International Special Review District Board
1994
76/3
Mayor: Landmarks Preservation Board
1994
76/4
Mayor: Lesbians and Gay Men Commission
1994
76/5
Mayor: Library Board of Trustees
1994
76/6
Mayor: Pacific Hospital PDA Council
1994
76/7
Mayor: Park Commissioners
1994
76/8
Mayor: Pedestrian Advisory Council
1994
76/9
Mayor: Pike Place Historical Commission
1994
76/10
Mayor: Pike Place Market PDA Council
1994
76/11
Mayor: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1994
76/12
Mayor: Planning Commission
1994
76/13
Mayor: Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1994
76/14
Mayor: Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1994
76/15
Mayor: Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission
1994
76/16
Mayor: Small Business Task Force
1994
76/17
Mayor: Women's Commission
1994
76/18
Mayor: Woodland Park Zoo Bond Oversight Committee
1994
76/19
Mayor: Citizen Letters (I)
1994
76/20
Mayor: Citizen Letters (II)
1994
76/21
Mayor: Citizen Letters (III)
1994
76/22
Mayor: Citizen Letters (IV)
1994
77/1
Mayor: Citizen Letters (V)
1994
77/2
Mayor: Citizen Letters (VI)
1994
77/3
Mayor: Contributions / Requests
1994
77/4
Mayor: Film and Video
1994
77/5
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (I)
1994
77/6
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (II)
1994
77/7
Mayor: Organizations / Programs (I)
1994
77/8
Mayor: Organizations / Programs (II)
1994
77/9
Mayor: Media Contacts
1994
77/10
Mayor: National Academy of Public Administration
1994
77/11
Mayor: Proclamations (Denied)
1994
77/12
Mayor: Public Disclosure Requests
1994
77/13
Mayor: Special Events
1994
78/1
Mayor: Sports
1994
78/2
Mayor: Executive Orders
1994
78/3
Mayor: Seattle- King County Convention and Visitors Bureau
1994
78/4
Municipal Courts: General
1994
78/5
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Violations (I)
1994
78/6
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Violations (II)
1994
78/7
Neighborhoods: General (I)
1994
78/8
Neighborhoods: General (II)
1994
78/9
Neighborhoods: Citizen Service Bureau
1994
78/10
Neighborhoods: Town Hall Meetings
1994
78/11
Neighborhoods: Historic Preservation
1994
78/12
Neighborhoods: Programs / Service Centers / Matching Funds (I)
1994
78/13
Neighborhoods: Programs / Service Centers / Matching Funds (II)
1994
79/1
Neighborhoods: Programs / Service Centers / Matching Funds (III)
1994
79/2
Parks: General
1994
79/3
Parks: Aquarium
1994
79/4
Parks: Parks (I)
1994
79/5
Parks: Parks (II)
1994
79/6
Parks: Parks (III)
1994
79/7
Parks: Recreation / Swimming Pools / Lakes
1994
79/8
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo
1994
79/9
Pers / Csc: General (I)
1994
79/10
Pers / Csc: General (II)
1994
79/11
Pers / Csc: Affirmative Action
1994
79/12
Pers / Csc: Employee Benefits
1994
80/1
Pers / Csc: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1994
80/2
Pers / Csc: Training / Cultural Diversity
1994
80/3
Pers / Csc: Americans With Disabilities Act
1994
80/4
Planning: General
1994
80/5
Planning: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages (I)
1994
80/6
Planning: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages (II)
1994
80/7
Planning: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages (III)
1994
80/8
Planning: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages (IV)
1994
80/9
Planning: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages (V)
1994
81/1
Planning: Environmental
1994
81/2
Planning: Regional Growth
1994
81/3
Planning: Regional Transportation
1994
81/4
Planning: Sand Point
1994
81/5
Police: General (I)
1994
81/6
Police: General (II)
1994
81/7
Police: Commendations
1994
81/8
Police: Crime Prevention / Public Safety (I)
1994
81/9
Police: Crime Prevention / Public Safety (II)
1994
81/10
Police: Drugs / Gangs
1994
81/11
Police: Internal Investigation (I)
1994
81/12
Police: Internal Investigation (II)
1994
82/1
Police: Internal Investigation (III)
1994
82/2
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1994
82/3
Retirement System: General
1994
82/4
Seattle Center: General
1994
82/5
Seattle Center: Redevelopment
1994
82/6
SHA: General
1994
82/7
SWD: General
1994
82/8
SWD: Utility Bills / Rates
1994
82/9
SWD: Water Supply
1994
82/10
Office of Women's Rights: General
1994
82/11
Office of Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian Issues (I)
1994
82/12
Office of Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian Issues (II)
1994
82/13
Office of Women's Rights: Gay and Lesbian Issues (III)
1994
82/14
Office of Women's Rights: Sexual Harassment
1994
82/15
Office of Women's Rights: Women's Issues
1994
83/1
DAS: General
1995
83/2
DAS: Cable Refranchising
1995
83/3
DAS: Public Safety Bond
1995
83/4
DAS: Contracting / Purchasing (I)
1995
83/5
DAS: Contracting / Purchasing (II)
1995
83/6
DAS: Data Processing / Communications
1995
83/7
DAS: Emergency Management
1995
83/8
DAS: Facilities
1995
83/9
DAS: Telecommunications
1995
83/10
DAS: Washington State Convention Center Siting
1995
83/11
DAS: Women and Minority Business Enterprise
1995
83/12
DAS: Women and Minority Business Enterprise -- Transition
1995
83/13
Anti-Violence Project: General
1995
83/14
Anti-Violence Project: Gangs / Youth Violence
1995
83/15
Anti-Violence Project: Gun Control
1995
83/16
Seattle Arts Commission: General (I)
1995
84/1
Seattle Arts Commission: General (II)
1995
84/2
SCL: General (I)
1995
84/3
SCL: General (II)
1995
84/4
SCL: General (III)
1995
84/5
SCL: Bills
1995
84/6
SCL: Bonneville Power Administration
1995
84/7
SCL: Lease
1995
84/8
SCL: Utility Rates
1995
84/9
Construction and Land Use: General
1995
84/10
Construction and Land Use: Building Codes
1995
84/11
Construction and Land Use: Housing / Zoning
1995
84/12
Construction and Land Use: Land Use
1995
84/13
Construction and Land Use: Major Institutions
1995
84/14
Construction and Land Use: Noise
1995
84/15
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans (I)
1995
85/1
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans (II)
1995
85/2
Construction and Land Use: Projects
1995
85/3
OED: General (I)
1995
85/4
OED: General (II)
1995
85/5
OED: Films / Commercials / Promotions
1995
85/6
OED: Immunex
1995
85/7
OED: Minority Small Business Development
1995
85/8
OED: Seattle-King County Convention Visitors Bureau
1995
85/9
OED: Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act (WARN)
1995
85/10
Ethics and Elections: General
1995
85/11
Ethics and Elections: Ethics
1995
85/12
Engineering Department: General
1995
85/13
Engineering Department: Drainage / Wastewater Utility
1995
86/1
Engineering Department: Graffiti
1995
86/2
Engineering Department: Local Initiatives for Neighborhood Circulation (LINC)
1995
86/3
Engineering Department: Parking Issues
1995
86/4
Engineering Department: Solid Waste Utility
1995
86/5
Engineering Department: Street Use (I)
1995
86/6
Engineering Department: Street Use (II)
1995
86/7
Engineering Department: Streets / Traffic Issues (I)
1995
86/8
Engineering Department: Streets / Traffic Issues (II)
1995
86/9
Engineering Department: Transportation
1995
86/10
Engineering Department: Pedestrian / Bicycle Issues (I)
1995
87/1
Engineering Department: Pedestrian / Bicycle Issues (II)
1995
87/2
Fire: General (I)
1995
87/3
Fire: General (II)
1995
87/4
Fire: Pang Fire Public Disclosure Request
1995
87/5
Finance: General (I)
1995
87/6
Finance: General (II)
1995
87/7
Finance: Animal Control
1995
87/8
Finance: Business Licenses
1995
87/9
Finance: Business and Occupation Taxes
1995
87/10
Finance: Taxicabs
1995
87/11
Health: General (I)
1995
87/12
Health: General (II)
1995
87/13
Health: AIDs / Communicable Diseases
1995
87/14
Health: Clinics / Hospital Issues
1995
87/15
Health: Drugs / Alcohol Treatment
1995
87/16
Health: Schools / Students
1995
88/1
DHHS: General
1995
88/2
DHHS: Block Grant
1995
88/3
DHHS: Children / Childcare
1995
88/4
DHHS: Education
1995
88/5
DHHS: School District (I)
1995
88/6
DHHS: School District (II)
1995
88/7
DHHS: School / Student Project
1995
88/8
DHHS: Homeless
1995
88/9
DHHS: Employment
1995
88/10
DHHS: Seniors
1995
88/11
DHHS: Youth
1995
88/12
DHHS: Housing (I)
1995
88/13
DHHS: Housing (II)
1995
89/1
DHHS: Housing (III)
1995
89/2
DHHS: Housing (IV)
1995
89/3
DHHS: P-Patch
1995
89/4
DHHS: Seniors
1995
89/5
DHHS: Sexual Assault / Domestic Violence
1995
89/6
DHHS: Welfare Issues
1995
89/7
DHHS: Youth
1995
89/8
Human Rights Department: General
1995
89/9
Human Rights Department: Complaints
1995
89/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: General
1995
89/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (I)
1995
89/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (II)
1995
89/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (III)
1995
90/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Federal (IV)
1995
90/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International (I)
1995
90/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: International (II)
1995
90/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro (I)
1995
90/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro (II)
1995
90/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro (III)
1995
90/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Miscellaneous
1995
90/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle
1995
90/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Airport / Third Runway
1995
90/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Central Waterfront Development
1995
90/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council
1995
90/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Regional Sound Council
1995
91/1
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities
1995
91/2
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Beer Sheva, Israel
1995
91/3
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Bergen, Norway
1995
91/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Cebu, Philippines
1995
91/5
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Changqing, China
1995
91/6
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Gdynia, Poland
1995
91/7
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
1995
91/8
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Kobe, Japan
1995
91/9
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Mazatlan, Mexico
1995
91/10
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Mombasa, Kenya
1995
91/11
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Nates, France
1995
91/12
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: Taejon, Korea
1995
91/13
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State (I)
1995
91/14
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: State (II)
1995
91/15
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Maors (I)
1995
91/16
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Maors (II)
1995
91/17
Office of Intergovernmental Relations: US Conference of Maors (III)
1995
91/18
Law Department: General
1995
91/19
Law Department: Patterson, Daniel
1995
91/20
Law Department: Civil (I)
1995
91/21
Law Department: Civil (II)
1995
91/22
Law Department: Criminal
1995
92/1
Legislative Department: General (I)
1995
92/2
Legislative Department: General (II)
1995
92/3
Library: General
1995
92/4
Library: Location / Siting
1995
92/5
OMP: General
1995
92/6
OMP: Americans With Disabilities Act
1995
92/7
OMP: Budget
1995
92/8
OMP: Capital Projects (I)
1995
92/9
OMP: Capital Projects (II)
1995
92/10
OMP: Capital Projects (III)
1995
92/11
OMP: Capital Projects (IV)
1995
92/12
OMP: Comprehensive Plan / Downtown Plan / Urban Villages
1995
93/1
OMP: Environmental
1995
93/2
OMP: Innovations
1995
93/3
OMP: Medical Waste Incineration
1995
93/4
OMP: Preservation and Development Authority
1995
93/5
OMP: Regional Growth
1995
93/6
OMP: Revenues / Taxes
1995
93/7
OMP: Sand Point
1995
93/8
OMP: Seattle Commons (I)
1995
93/9
OMP: Seattle Commons (II)
1995
93/10
OMP: Seattle Commons (III)
1995
93/11
OMP: Transportation (I)
1995
93/12
OMP: Transportation (II)
1995
93/13
Mayor: General
1995
93/14
Mayor: Appointments to Boards / Commissions / Task Force / PDA's (I)
1995
94/1
Mayor: Appointments to Boards / Commissions / Task Force / PDA's (II)
1995
94/2
Mayor: Appointments to Boards / Commissions / Task Force / PDA's (III)
1995
94/3
Mayor: Advisory Council on Aging
1995
94/4
Mayor: Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
1995
94/5
Mayor: Animal Control Commission
1995
94/6
Mayor: Arts Commission
1995
94/7
Mayor: Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
1995
94/8
Mayor: Bicycle Advisory Board
1995
94/9
Mayor: Burke - Gilman Place PDA Board
1995
94/10
Mayor: Cable Communications Advisory Board
1995
94/11
Mayor: Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program Council
1995
94/12
Mayor: Chinatown-International District PDA Council
1995
94/13
Mayor: Citizen Open Space Oversight Committee
1995
94/14
Mayor: Construction Codes Advisory Board
1995
94/15
Mayor: Seattle Design Commission
1995
94/16
Mayor: Historic Seattle PDA Council
1995
94/17
Mayor: Seattle Housing Authority
1995
94/18
Mayor: Human Rights Commission
1995
94/19
Mayor: International Special Review District Board
1995
94/20
Mayor: Landmarks Preservation Board
1995
94/21
Mayor: Commission for Lesbians and Gay Men
1995
94/22
Mayor: Library Board of Trustees
1995
94/23
Mayor: Pacific Hospital PDA Council
1995
94/24
Mayor: Park Commissioners
1995
94/25
Mayor: Pedestrian Advisory Council
1995
94/26
Mayor: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1995
94/27
Mayor: Pike Place Market PDA Council
1995
94/28
Mayor: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1995
94/29
Mayor: Planning Commission
1995
95/1
Mayor: Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1995
95/2
Mayor: Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1995
95/3
Mayor: Small Business Task Force
1995
95/4
Mayor: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
1995
95/5
Mayor: Women's Commission
1995
95/6
Mayor: Woodland Park Zoo Bond Oversight Committee
1995
95/7
Mayor: Citizen Letters (I)
1995
95/8
Mayor: Citizen Letters (II)
1995
95/9
Mayor: Citizen Letters (III)
1995
95/10
Mayor: Citizen Letters (IV)
1995
95/11
Mayor: Citizen Letters (V)
1995
95/12
Mayor: Citizen Letters (VI)
1995
95/13
Mayor: "Two-Twentys"
1995
95/14
Mayor: Contributions / Requests
1995
95/15
Mayor: Executive Orders
1995
96/1
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (I)
1995
96/2
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (II)
1995
96/3
Mayor: Greetings / Welcome (III)
1995
96/4
Mayor: Organizations / Programs (I)
1995
96/5
Mayor: Organizations / Programs (II)
1995
96/6
Mayor: Organizations / Programs (III)
1995
96/7
Mayor: National Academy of Public Administration
1995
96/8
Mayor: Public Disclosure Requests
1995
96/9
Mayor: Special Events
1995
96/10
Mayor: Sports
1995
96/11
Municipal Courts: General
1995
97/1
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Issues (I)
1995
97/2
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Issues (II)
1995
97/3
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Issues (III)
1995
97/4
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Issues (IV)
1995
97/5
Municipal Courts: Traffic / Parking Issues (V)
1995
97/6
Neighborhoods: General (I)
1995
97/7
Neighborhoods: General (II)
1995
97/8
Neighborhoods: General (III)
1995
97/9
Neighborhoods: African American Museum
1995
97/10
Neighborhoods: Central Area Plan
1995
97/11
Neighborhoods: Citizen Service Bureau
1995
97/12
Neighborhoods: Magnolia Pool
1995
97/13
Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Programs
1995
97/14
Neighborhoods: Matching Funds
1995
97/15
Neighborhoods: Service Centers
1995
98/1
Neighborhoods: Town Hall Meetings
1995
98/2
Neighborhoods: Walking Tours
1995
98/3
NPO: General
1995
98/4
Parks: General (I)
1995
98/5
Parks: General (II)
1995
98/6
Parks: Aquarium
1995
98/7
Parks: Leash Law (I)
1995
98/8
Parks: Leash Law (II)
1995
98/9
Parks: Leash Law (III)
1995
98/10
Parks: Leash Law (IV)
1995
98/11
Parks: Open Space (I)
1995
98/12
Parks: Open Space (II)
1995
99/1
Parks: Parks (I)
1995
99/2
Parks: Parks (II)
1995
99/3
Parks: Recreation / Swimming Pools / Lakes
1995
99/4
Parks: Woodland Park Zoo
1995
99/5
Pers / Csc: General
1995
99/6
Pers / Csc: Affirmative Action
1995
99/7
Pers / Csc: Anti-Harassment
1995
99/8
Pers / Csc: Employee Benefits
1995
99/9
Pers / Csc: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1995
99/10
Pers / Csc: Training / Cultural Diversity
1995
99/11
Police: General (I)
1995
100/1
Police: General (II)
1995
100/2
Police: General (III)
1995
100/3
Police: General (IV)
1995
100/4
Police: Crime Prevention / Public Safety (I)
1995
100/5
Police: Crime Prevention / Public Safety (II)
1995
100/6
Police: Domestic Violence
1995
100/7
Police: Drugs
1995
100/8
Police: Internal Investigation (I)
1995
100/9
Police: Internal Investigation (II)
1995
100/10
Police: Internal Investigation (III)
1995
100/11
Police: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1995
101/1
Seattle Center: General
1995
101/2
Seattle Center: Coliseum Redevelopment
1995
101/3
Seattle Center: Festivals
1995
101/4
Seattle Center: Skateboard Park
1995
101/5
SHA: General
1995
101/6
SWD: General
1995
101/7
SWD: Utility Bills / Rates
1995
101/8
SWD: Water Supply
1995
101/9
Office of Women's Rights: General
1995
101/10
Office of Women's Rights: Sexual Harassment
1995
102/1
Administrative Services: General
1996
102/2
Administrative Services: Contracting / Purchasing-Minority and Women's Business Enterprise A-L
1996-1997
102/3
Administrative Services: Contracting / Purchasing-Minority and Women's Business Enterprise M-Z
1996-1997
102/4
Administrative Services: Facilities
1996-1997
102/5
Administrative Services: Key Tower
1996
102/6
Art / Culture: General
1996
102/7
Art / Culture: Seattle Arts Commission
1996
102/8
Art / Culture: African-American Museum
1996
102/9
Art / Culture: Historic Preservation
1996
102/10
Art / Culture: Seattle Art Museum
1996
102/11
Art / Culture: Symphony Hall
1996
102/12
Boards and Commissions: General
1990-1996
102/13
Boards and Commissions: Arts Commission
1996
102/14
Boards and Commissions: Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
1996
102/15
Boards and Commissions: Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority Board
1996
102/16
Boards and Commissions: Chinatown-International District Preservation and Development Authority Council
1996
102/17
Boards and Commissions: Citizens Telecommunication Advisory Board
1996
103/1
Boards and Commissions: Civil Service Commission
1996
103/2
Boards and Commissions: Design Review Board
1996
103/3
Boards and Commissions: Design Commission
1996
103/4
Boards and Commissions: Ethics and Elections Commission
1996
103/5
Boards and Commissions: Fire Code Advisory Board
1996
103/6
Boards and Commissions: Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority Council
1996
103/7
Boards and Commissions: Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
1996
103/8
Boards and Commissions: Housing Levy Oversight Committee
1996
103/9
Boards and Commissions: Human Rights Commission
1996
103/10
Boards and Commissions: Seattle Commission for Lesbians and Gays
1996
103/11
Boards and Commissions: Library Board of Trustees
1996-1997
103/12
Boards and Commissions: Pacific Hospital Preservation and Development Authority Council
1996
103/13
Boards and Commissions: Park Commissioner Board
1996
103/14
Boards and Commissions: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1996
103/15
Boards and Commissions: Pike Place Market Preservation Development Authority
1996
103/16
Boards and Commissions: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1996
103/17
Boards and Commissions: Planning Commission
1996
103/18
Boards and Commissions: Small Business Task Force
1996
103/19
Boards and Commissions: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
1996
103/20
Boards and Commissions: Veterans Affairs
1996
103/21
Boards and Commissions: Women's Commission
1996
103/22
Boards and Commissions: Woodland Park Zoo Bond Oversight Committee
1996
103/23
Finance Department
1996
103/24
Finance Department: Budget
1996
103/25
Finance Department: Capitol / Revenues
1996
103/26
Finance Department: Licenses
1996
103/27
Finance Department: Licenses
1996
103/28
Taxes: General
1996
103/29
Taxes: Admissions
1996
103/30
Taxes: COLA
1996
103/31
Construction and Land Use: General
1996
104/1
Construction and Land Use: Zoning
1996
104/2
Construction and Land Use: Noise
1996
104/3
Construction and Land Use: Major Institutions
1996
104/4
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans
1996
104/5
Construction and Land Use: Permits and Plans
1996
104/6
Construction and Land Use: Building Codes
1996
104/7
Office of Economic Development
1996
104/8
Office of Economic Development: Development Projects
1996
104/9
Office of Economic Development: Immunex
1996
104/10
Office of Economic Development: Holly Park
1996
104/11
Office of Economic Development: Convention Center Expansion
1996
104/12
Office of Economic Development: Small Business Issues
1996
105/1
Office of Economic Development: Commons
1994-1996
105/2
Office of Economic Development : Commons
1996
105/3
Office of Economic Development: Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act
1996
105/4
Office of Economic Development: Tourism
1996
105/5
Office of Economic Development: Seattle and King County Convention and Visitors Bureau
1996
105/6
Office of Economic Development: Films / Commercials / Promotion
1996
105/7
Office of Economic Development: Cruise Ships
1996
105/8
Office of Economic Development: Special Events (includes Seafair)
1995-1996
105/9
Education
1996
105/10
Office for Education
1996
105/11
Education: Seattle Public Schools
1996
105/12
Education: Student Letters
1996
106/1
Education: Student Letters
1996
106/2
Education: Student Letters
1996
106/3
Education: Student Letters
1996
106/4
Environment: General
1996
106/5
Environment: Sustainability
1996
106/6
Office of Ethics and Elections
1996
106/7
Office of Ethics and Elections: Ethics
1996
106/8
General Citizen Letters
1996
106/9
General Citizen Letters
1996
106/10
General Citizen Letters
1996
107/1
General Citizen Letters
1996
107/2
General Citizen Letters
1996
107/3
Citizen Letters: Introduction / Support
1996
107/4
Citizen Letters: Introduction / Support
1996
107/5
Citizen Letters: Introduction / Support
1996
107/6
Citizen Letters: Organization / Program Support
1996
107/7
Citizen Letters: Organization / Program Support
1996
108/1
Citizen Letters: Requests for Donations / Assistance
1996
108/2
Citizen Letters: Requests for Donations / Assistance
1996
108/3
Citizen Letters: Requests for Donations / Assistance
1996
108/4
Citizen Letters: Scouts
1996
108/5
Citizen Letters: Anniversary / Birthday
1996
108/6
Citizen Letters: Condolences
1996
108/7
Citizen Letters: Congratulations
1996
108/8
Citizen Letters: Retirement
1996
109/1
Citizen Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1996
109/2
Citizen Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1996
109/3
Citizen Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1996
109/4
Citizen Letters: Personal
1996-1997
109/5
Citizen Letters: Personal
1996
109/6
Citizen Letters: Personal
1996
109/7
Correspondence: Executive Orders
1994-1996
109/8
Correspondence: Public Disclosure Requests
1996
109/9
Citizen Letters: Regrets
1996
109/10
Citizen Letters: Regrets
1996
110/1
Citizen Letters: Media
1996
110/2
Citizen Letters: Media
1996
110/3
Citizen Letters: Seattle King County Department of Health
1996
110/4
Citizen Letters: Medical Waste Incineration
1996
110/5
Citizen Letters: AIDS
1996
110/6
Citizen Letters: Drugs / Alcohol
1996
110/7
Citizen Letters: Clinics / Hospitals / Issues
1996
110/8
Department of Housing and Human Services: General
1996
110/9
Department of Housing and Human Services: Homelessness
1996
111/1
Department of Housing and Human Services: Homelessness
1996
111/2
Department of Housing and Human Services: Homelessness
1996
111/3
Department of Housing and Human Services: Glen Hotel Urban Reststop / Hygiene Center
1996
111/4
Department of Housing and Human Services: Housing Levy
1996
111/5
Department of Housing and Human Services: Housing
1996
111/6
Department of Housing and Human Services: Housing
1996
111/7
Department of Housing and Human Services: Childcare
1996
112/1
Department of Housing and Human Services: Youth
1996
112/2
Department of Housing and Human Services: Seniors
1996-11996
112/3
Department of Housing and Human Services: Seattle Housing Authority
1996
112/4
Department of Housing and Human Services: Seattle Housing Authority
1996
112/5
Department of Housing and Human Services: Seattle Housing Authority
1996
112/6
Department of Housing and Human Services: Bradner Gardens / Playfield
1996
112/7
Human Rights Department
1995-1996
113/1
Human Rights Department: Domestic Partnerships
1996
113/2
Human Rights Department: Office of Women's Rights
1996
113/3
Human Rights Department: Gay and Lesbian Issues
1996
113/4
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
1996
113/5
Intergovernmental Relations: Federal
1996
113/6
Intergovernmental Relations: Federal
1996
113/7
Intergovernmental Relations: International
1996
113/8
Intergovernmental Relations: State
1996
113/9
Intergovernmental Relations: State
1996
114/1
Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro
1994-1996
114/2
Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro
1996
114/3
Intergovernmental Relations: King County / Metro
1996
114/4
Intergovernmental Relations: Airport / Third Runway
1996
114/5
Intergovernmental Relations: Airport / Third Runway
1996
114/6
Intergovernmental Relations: U.S. Conference of Mayors
1996
114/7
Intergovernmental Relations: U.S. Conference of Mayors
1996
114/8
Intergovernmental Relations: Private Industry Council
1996
115/1
Intergovernmental Relations: Puget Sound Regional Council
1996
115/2
Intergovernmental Relations: Port of Seattle
1996
115/3
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities
1996
115/4
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Beer Shiva, Israel
1996
115/5
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Chongqing, China
1996
115/6
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Christchurch, New Zealand
1996
115/7
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Galway, Ireland
1996
115/8
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Gdynia, Poland
1996
115/9
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Kaohsiung, Taiwan
1996
115/10
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Kobe, Japan
1996
115/11
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Limbe, Cameroon
1996
115/12
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Mazatlan, Mexico
1996
115/13
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Nantes, France
1996
115/14
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Pecs, Hungary
1996
115/15
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Perugia, Italy
1996
115/16
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Surabaya, Indonesia
1996
115/17
Intergovernmental Relations: Sister Cities-Taejon, Korea
1996
115/18
Intergovernmental Relations: National League of Cities
1996
115/19
Law: Civil
1996
115/20
Law: Criminal
1996
115/21
Legislative: City Council
1996-1997
115/22
Library: Seattle Public Library
1996
115/23
Municipal Court
1996
115/24
Municipal Court: Parking / Traffic Violations
1996
115/25
Municipal Court: Parking / Traffic Violations
1996
116/1
Municipal Court: Parking / Traffic Violations
1996
116/2
Municipal Court: Continental Credit Services
1996
116/3
Department of Neighborhoods
1996
116/4
Neighborhoods: Citizens Service Bureau
1995-1996
116/5
Neighborhood Issues
1996
116/6
Department of Neighborhoods: Issues
1996
116/7
Department of Neighborhoods: Issues
1996
116/8
Department of Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Service Centers
1996
116/9
Department of Neighborhoods: Neighborhood Matching Fund
1996
116/10
Department of Neighborhoods: Small and Simple Fund
1996
116/11
Department of Neighborhoods: Town Hall Meetings
1996
116/12
Department of Neighborhoods: Walking Tours
1996
116/13
Department of Parks and Recreation: General
1996
116/14
Department of Parks and Recreation: General
1996
117/1
Department of Parks and Recreation: Parks
1996
117/2
Department of Parks and Recreation: Parks
1996
117/3
Department of Parks and Recreation: Recreation
1996
117/4
Department of Parks and Recreation: Recreation
1996
117/5
Department of Parks and Recreation: Recreation
1996
117/6
Department of Parks and Recreation: Open Space
1996
117/7
Department of Parks and Recreation: Aquarium
1996
117/8
Department of Parks and Recreation: Greenlake Path
1996
117/9
Department of Parks and Recreation: Off-Leash Areas
1996
117/10
Department of Parks and Recreation: Off-Leash Areas
1996-1997
117/11
Department of Parks and Recreation: Woodland Park Zoo
1996-1997
118/1
Department of Parks and Recreation: P-Patch
1996
118/2
Department of Parks and Recreation: P-Patch
1996
118/3
Department of Parks and Recreation: P-Patch
1996
118/4
Personnel Department
1996
118/5
Personnel Department: Labor Negotiations / Unions
1996
118/6
Personnel Department: Employee Benefits
1996
118/7
Personnel Department: Combined Charities
1996
118/8
Personnel Department: Employee Kudos
1996
118/9
Personnel Department: Employee Kudos
1996
119/1
Personnel Department: Training / Cultural Diversity
1996
119/2
Personnel Department: Affirmative Action
1996
119/3
Personnel Department: Info Share
1996
119/4
Office of Management and Planning
1996
119/5
Office of Management and Planning: Neighborhood Planning
1996
119/6
Office of Management and Planning: Comprehensive Plan
1996
119/7
Office of Management and Planning: Urban Villages
1996
119/8
Office of Management and Planning: Sand Point
1996
119/9
Office of Management and Planning: Sand Point
1996
119/10
Office of Management and Planning: Sand Point
1996
119/11
Office of Management and Planning: Sand Point
1996
120/1
Office of Management and Planning: Sand Point
1996
120/2
Office of Management and Planning: Regional Growth
1996
120/3
Office of Management and Planning: Reorganization
1996
120/4
Office of Management and Planning: Reorganization
1996
120/5
Public Safety
1996
120/6
Public Safety: Police Department
1996
120/7
Public Safety: Police Department
1996
120/8
Public Safety: Crime / Violence
1996
121/1
Public Safety: Gun Control
1996
121/2
Public Safety: Domestic Violence
1996
121/3
Public Safety: Graffiti
1996
121/4
Public Safety: Internal Investigations / Complaints
1996
121/5
Public Safety: Internal Investigations / Complaints
1996
121/6
Public Safety: Internal Investigations / Complaints
1996
121/7
Public Safety: Internal Investigations / Complaints
1996
121/8
Public Safety: Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1996
121/9
Public Safety: Fire Department
1996
121/10
Public Safety: Office of Emergency Management
1996
121/11
Public Safety: Animal Control
1996
121/12
Seattle Center
1996
121/13
Seattle Center: Key Arena
1996
121/14
Seattle Center: Monorail and Fun Forest
1996-1997
122/1
Sports
1996
122/2
Sports
1996
122/3
Sports: Baseball Stadium
1996
122/4
Sports: Baseball Stadium
1996
122/5
Telecommunications
1996
122/6
Telecommunications: Cable
1996
122/7
Telecommunications: Public Access Network (PAN)
1996
122/8
Transportation
1996
122/9
Transportation: Regional Transit Authority
1996
123/1
Transportation: Regional Transit Authority
1996
123/2
Transportation: Streets and Traffic Issues
1996
123/3
Transportation: Streets and Traffic Issues
1996
123/4
Transportation: Bicycle Issues
1996
123/5
Transportation: Bicycle Issues
1996
123/6
Transportation: Pedestrian Issues
1994-1996
123/7
Transportation: Taxicabs
1996
123/8
Transportation: Parking
1996
123/9
Utilities: City Light
1996
124/1
Utilities: City Light
1996
124/2
Utilities: City Light-Rates
1996
124/3
Utilities: Water Department
1996
124/4
Utilities: Water Department
1996
124/5
Utilities: Water Department: Rates
1996
124/6
Utilities: Water Supply
1996
124/7
Utilities: Water Issues-Regional
1996
124/8
Utilities: Engineering Department
1996
124/9
Utilities: Drainage and Wastewater Utility
1996
124/10
Utilities: Drainage and Wastewater Rates
1996
124/11
Utilities: Solid Waste Utility
1996
124/12
Utilities: Recycling
1996
124/13
Utilities: Street Utility
1996
125/1
Contracting - Women and Minority Business
1997
125/2
Executive Services Department
1997
125/3
Facilities
1997
125/4
Finance Division
1997
125/5
Budget / Capital / Revenues
1997-4997
125/6
Licenses
1997
125/7
Taxes General
1997
125/8
Art / Culture General
1997
125/9
Museums
1997
125/10
Historic Preservation
1997
125/11
Industry
1997
125/12
Housing - Transferable Development Rights
1997-1998
125/13
Boards and Commissions
1997
125/14
African American Elders Council
1997
125/15
Aging Advisory Board
1997
125/16
Animal Control
1997
125/17
Arts Commission
1997
125/18
Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
1997
125/19
Benaroya Hall Music Center Board
1997
125/20
Bicycle Advisory Board
1997
125/21
Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority Board
1997
126/1
Capitol Hill Housing Improvement
1997
126/2
Citizens Telecommunication and Technology Advisory Board
1997
126/3
Commission for Sexual Minorities
1997
126/4
Construction Codes Advisory Board
1997
126/5
Design Review Board
1997
126/6
Fire Code Advisory Board
1997
126/7
Firearms Review Board
1997
126/8
Ethics and Elections Commission
1997
126/9
Employee Combined Charities Campaign Committee
1997
126/10
Design Commission
1997
126/11
Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority
1997
126/12
Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
1997
126/13
Human Rights Commission
1997
126/14
Information Technology Board
1997
126/15
International District Special Review Board
1997
126/16
Joint Advisory Apprenticeship Committee
1997
126/17
Landmarks Preservation Board
1997
126/18
Library Board of Trustees
1997
126/19
Pacific Hospital Preservation and Development Authority
1997
126/20
Park Commissioners Board
1997
126/21
Pedestrian Advisory Board
1997
126/22
Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1997
126/23
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority Council
1997
126/24
Pioneer Square Preservation
1997
126/25
Planning Commission
1997
126/26
Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1997
126/27
Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1997
126/28
Seattle Sister Cities Council
1997
126/29
Seattle Women's commission
1997
126/30
Small Business Task Force
1997
127/1
Department of Construction and Land Use
1997
127/2
Complaints, Residential
1997
127/3
Complaints, Residential
1997
127/4
Complaints, Commercial
1997
127/5
Complaints, Commercial
1997
127/6
Noise
1997
127/7
Major Institutions
1997
128/1
Office of Economic Development
1997
128/2
Development Projects
1997
128/3
Community Development
1997
128/4
Pine Street
1997
128/5
Convention Center Expansion
1997
128/6
Local Business Issues
1997
128/7
Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification
1997
128/8
Tourism
1997
128/9
Film / Commercials / Promotion
1997
128/10
Special Events (including Seafair)
1997
128/11
Welfare Reform
1997
128/12
Education
1997
128/13
Schools, Seattle Public
1997
128/14
Schools, Seattle Public
1997
129/1
Student Letters / Projects
1997
129/2
Student Letters / Projects
1997
129/3
Family and Education Levy
1997
129/4
Environment
1997
129/5
Pollution
1997
129/6
Sustainability
1997
129/7
Wildlife
1997
129/8
Office of Ethics and Elections
1997
129/9
Elections
1997
129/10
General
1997
129/11
General
1997
130/1
Requests for Information
1997
130/2
Greetings / Welcome
1997
130/3
Greetings / Welcome
1997
130/4
Introduction / Support / Nomination
1997
130/5
Introduction / Support / Nomination
1997
130/6
Organization / Program Support
1997
130/7
Organization / Program Support
1997
131/1
Organization / Program Support
1997
131/2
Scientology
1997
131/3
Requests for Assistance
1997
131/4
Requests for Donations
1997
131/5
Scouts
1997
131/6
Anniversary / Birthday / Get Well
1997
131/7
Condolences
1997
132/1
Congratulations
1997
132/2
Congratulations
1997
132/3
Retirement
1997
132/4
Norman B. Rice (personal)
1997
132/5
Norman B. Rice (personal)
1997
132/6
Public Disclosure Requests
1997
133/1
Regrets
1997
133/2
Regrets
1997
133/3
Media
1997
133/4
Thank You
1997
133/5
Public Health Issues
1997
133/6
Seattle - King County Department of Public Health
1997
133/7
Clinics / Hospitals
1997
133/8
Drugs / Alcohol
1997
134/1
Department of Housing and Human Services
1997-1998
134/2
Homelessness
1997
134/3
Housing
1997
134/4
Housing
1997
134/5
Childcare
1997
134/6
Youth
1997
134/7
Seniors
1997
135/1
Seattle Housing Authority
1997
135/2
Disability Issues
1997
135/3
Hygiene Center
1997
135/4
Human Rights Issues
1997
135/5
Gay and Lesbian Issues
1997
135/6
Office of Civil Rights
1997
135/7
Domestic Partnership
1997
135/8
Office of International Relations
1997
135/9
Federal Issues
1997
135/10
Correspondence With Federal Officials
1997
135/11
International
1997
136/1
State Issues
1997
136/2
Correspondence With State Officials
1997
136/3
King County / Metro
1997
136/4
Port of Seattle
1997
136/5
Airport Third Runway
1997
136/6
US Conference of Mayors
1997
136/7
Private Industry Council
1997
136/8
Puget Sound
1997
136/9
Sister Cities
1997
136/10
Other Cities and City Organizations
1997
136/11
Law Department
1997
137/1
City Council
1997
137/2
City Clerk
1997
137/3
Legislation
1997
137/4
Seattle Public Library
1997
137/5
Municipal Court
1997
137/6
Parking / Traffic Violations
1997
137/7
Continental Credit Service
1997
137/8
Department of Neighborhoods
1997
137/9
Neighborhood Issues
1997
138/1
Neighborhood Issues
1997
138/2
Neighborhood Service Centers
1997
138/3
Neighborhood Grant Programs
1997
138/4
Town Hall Meetings
1997
138/5
Department of Parks and Recreation
1997
138/6
Parks
1997
138/7
Parks
1997
138/8
Community Centers
1997
138/9
Recreation
1997
138/10
Open Space
1997
138/11
Aquarium
1997
138/12
Greenlake Path
1997
138/13
Leash Law / Off-Leash Parks
1997
139/1
Woodland Park Zoo
1997
139/2
P-Patches
1997
139/3
Personal Issues
1997
139/4
Personal Issues
1997
139/5
Resumes / Requests for Employment
1997
139/6
Labor Contract Issues / Unions
1997
139/7
Employee Benefits
1997
139/8
Combined Charities
1997
139/9
Training / Cultural
1997
139/10
Retirement Issues
1997
139/11
Office of Management and Planning
1997
139/12
Neighborhood Planning
1997
139/13
Comprehensive Plan
1997
140/1
Sand Point
1997
140/2
Sand Point
1997
140/3
Regional Growth
1997
140/4
Reorganization
1997
140/5
Public Safety
1997
140/6
Police Department
1997
140/7
Crime / Violence
1997
140/8
Gun Control
1997
140/9
Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault
1997
140/10
Graffiti
1997
140/11
Internal Investigations (Complaints)
1997
141/1
Parking / Traffic Enforcement
1997
141/2
Fire Department
1997
141/3
Office of Emergency Management
1997
141/4
Animal Control
1997
141/5
Seattle Center
1997
141/6
Experience Music Project
1997
141/7
Sports
1997
141/8
Baseball Stadium
1997
141/9
Baseball Stadium
1997
141/10
Stadium
1997
142/1
Stadium
1997
142/2
Stadium
1997
142/3
Telecommunications
1997
142/4
Cable
1997
142/5
Public Access Network
1997
142/6
Transportation Issues
1997
142/7
Transportation Issues
1997
142/8
Transportation Department
1997
142/9
Regional Transit Authority
1997
143/1
Streets and Traffic Issues
1997
143/2
Streets and Traffic Issues
1997
143/3
Bicycle Issues
1997
143/4
Pedestrian Issues
1997
143/5
Taxis
1997
143/6
Parking
1997
143/7
Seattle Public Utility
1997
143/8
City Light
1997
144/1
City Light
1997
144/2
City Light Bills / Rates
1997
144/3
Engineering Service
1997
144/4
Water Issues (Local)
1997
144/5
Water Issues (Regional)
1997
144/6
Drainage Issues
1997
144/7
Solid
1997
145/1
All Employees Meeting
1997
145/2
Arts, Culture, and Recreation Task Force
1996
145/3
Cabinet Retreat
1990
145/4
Cabinet Retreat
1991
145/5
Cabinet Retreat
1992
145/6
Cabinet Retreat
1992
145/7
Cabinet Retreat
1992
145/8
Cabinet Retreat
1993
145/9
Cabinet Retreat
1994
145/10
Cabinet Retreat - Reorganization
1995
145/11
Cabinet Retreat - Reorganization
1995
145/12
Cabinet Retreat - Reorganization
1995
146/1
Cabinet Retreat
1996
146/2
Cabinet Retreat
1996
146/3
Cabinet Retreat - "Radical Ideas"
1996
146/4
Cabinet Retreat - "Radical Ideas"
1996
146/5
Community Building / Economic Development
1996
146/6
Health and Human Services Assessment Team
1996
146/7
Mayor's Office
1991-1997
146/8
Mayor's Office
1993-1996
147/1
Mayor's Policy Staff Retreats
1987-1993
147/2
Reorganization - Contracting / Purchasing
1991
147/3
Reorganization - DCD / DHS / DON
1990-1991
147/4
Reorganization - Ethics and Elections
1991
147/5
Reorganization - Finance
1992
147/6
Reorganization - Office for Civil Rights
1996
147/7
Reorganization - OIR / OIA
1991
147/8
Reorganization - One-Stop Permitting
1996
147/9
Reorganization - Planning
1991
147/10
Reorganization - Printing and Graphics
1996
147/11
Reorganization - Public Safety
1996

5272-02:  Subject Files, 1978-1997,   (bulk 1990-1997) Return to Top

10.4 cubic feet, (26 boxes)

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and other materials to and from non-city government agencies, businesses, associations, and the general public. Includes records about King County, state and federal government agencies, public development authorities, Metro, and boards and commissions, as well as constituent correspondence. Topics include the Seattle Mariners, sister cities, the Pang warehouse fire, the 1990 education summit, Pike Place Market, the Seattle Jobs Initiative, affirmative action, and regional transit.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
13/1
Affirmative Action
1994-1997
13/2
Affirmative Action
1996-1997
1/1
AIDS
1990
6/16
Airlines
1991
13/3
Anti-Violence Project
1993
13/4
APEC
1997
1/2
Arts
1990
6/17
Arts
1991
1/3
Arts: Museums
1990-1991
6/18
Arts: Museums
1991
6/19
Arts: Seattle Art Museum
1991
1/4
Association of Washington Cities
1990
6/20
Association of Washington Cities
1991
13/5
ATT
1997
13/7
Awards
1991-1997
13/6
Awards
1995-1997
13/8
Black Mayors
1990-1994
1/6
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Aging, Seattle - King County Advisory Council
-
1/5
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities
1990
1/7
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Affirmative Action Task Force (Mayors)
1990
1/8
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Administrative Board, King County
1990
1/9
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Animal Control Commission
1990
1/10
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Ballard Avenue Landmarks District Board
1990
1/11
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Bicycle Advisory Board
1990
1/12
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Building Code Advisory Board
1990
1/13
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Bumbershoot
1990
1/14
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Cable Communications Advisory Board
1990
1/15
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Children and Youth, Commission on
1990
1/16
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Citizens (City Light ) conservation Committee
1990
1/17
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Civil Service Commission
1990
1/18
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Concert Hall Task Force
1990
1/19
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Design Commission
1990
1/20
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Downtown Human Service Advisory Task Force
1990
1/21
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Downtown Project Review Panel
1990
1/22
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Economic Development Commission
1990
2/1
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Electrical Code Advisory Board
1990
2/2
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Ethics Board / Fair Campaign Practices
1990-1991
2/3
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Fire Prevention Code Advisory Board
1990
2/4
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Gay and Lesbian, Mayor's Task Force
1990
2/5
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: International Special Review District Board
1990
2/6
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Joint Advisory Apprenticeship Committee
1990
2/7
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Joint Advisory Commission on Education (JACE)
1990
2/8
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Landmarks Preservation Board
1990
2/9
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Library Board of Trustees
1990
2/10
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Northgate Area Comprehensive Advisory Committee
1990
2/11
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Park Board
1990-1991
2/12
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1990
2/13
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1990
2/14
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Public Safety Civil Service Commission
1990
2/15
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Sand Point Community Liaison Committee
1990
2/16
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1990
2/17
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Skagit Environmental Endowment Fund Committee
1990
2/18
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Small Business Task Force
1990-1991
2/19
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
1990
2/20
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Taxi Commission
1990
2/21
Boards / Commissions / Task Force / Public Development Authorities: Women's Commission
1990
7/10
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Commission on Children and Youth
1990-1991
7/16
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Housing Authority of the City of Seattle
1990-1991
7/1
Boards / Commissions / Task Force:
1991
7/2
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Aging, Seattle - King County Advisory Council
1991
7/3
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Administrative Board, King County
1991
7/4
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Animal Control Commission
1991
7/5
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Arts Commission (Seattle)
1991
7/6
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Ballard Avenue Landmarks District Board
1991
7/7
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Bicycle Advisory Board
1991
7/8
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Bumbershoot
1991
7/9
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Cable Communications Advisory Board
1991
7/11
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Citizens (City Light) Conservation Committee
1991
7/12
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Downtown Project Review Panel
1991
7/13
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Economic Development Commission
1991
7/14
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Ethics Board / Fair Campaign Practices Commission
1991
7/15
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Gay and Lesbian, Mayor's Task Force
1991
7/17
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Industrial Development Corporation (City of Seattle)
1991
7/18
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: International Special Review District Board
1991
7/19
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Landmarks Preservation Board
1991
7/20
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Library Board of Trustees
1991
7/21
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Park Board Commission
1991
7/22
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Pike Place Market Historical Commission
1991
7/23
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Pioneer Square Preservation Board
1991
7/24
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Planning Commission
1991
7/25
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Private Industry Council (PIC)
1991
7/26
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Sand Point Community Liaison Committee
1991
7/27
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Seattle Center Advisory Committee
1991
8/1
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Skagit Environmental Endowment Fund Committee
1991
8/2
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Small Business Task Force
1991
8/3
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC)
1991
8/4
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Taxi Commission
1991
8/5
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Veteran's Affairs (Mayor's Committee)
1991
8/6
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Water Rate Advisory Committee
1991
8/7
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Women's Commission
1991
8/8
Boards / Commissions / Task Force: Zoo Development Oversight Committee
1991
13/10
Center for Strategic and International Studies - Strengthening of America Commission
1991-1992
13/9
Center for Strategic and International Studies - Strengthening of America Commission
1992
2/22
Chamber of Commerce
1990
8/9
Chamber of Commerce
1991
8/10
Chamber of Commerce: Intercity Visit - Twin City
1991
14/1
Children and Youth
1993-1997
14/2
City Council Reunion
1996
14/3
Civil Rights
1991-1996
14/4
Comprehensive Plan
1993-1994
14/5
Comprehensive Plan
1994
14/6
Congratulations
1993-1994
2/23
Constituent Letters (General)
1990-1991
2/24
Constituent Letters (General)
1990
8/11
Constituent Letters (General)
1991
8/12
Constituent Letters (General)
1991
8/13
Constituent Letters (General)
1991
8/14
Constituent Letters (General)
1991
3/9
Constituent Letters: Retirement
-
3/1
Constituent Letters: Condolences / Get Well Wishes
1989-1990
2/25
Constituent Letters: Birthday / Anniversary
1990
3/2
Constituent Letters: Congratulations
1990
3/3
Constituent Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1990-1991
3/4
Constituent Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1990
3/5
Constituent Letters: Introductions
1990
3/6
Constituent Letters: Thank You
1990-1991
3/7
Constituent Letters: Recommendations
1990-1991
3/8
Constituent Letters: Recommendations
1990
9/3
Constituent Letters: Introductions
1990-1991
8/15
Constituent Letters: Birthday / Anniversary
1991
8/16
Constituent Letters: Condolences / Get Well Wishes
1991
8/17
Constituent Letters: Congratulations
1991-1992
8/18
Constituent Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1991
9/1
Constituent Letters: Greetings / Welcome
1991
9/2
Constituent Letters: Introductions
1991
9/4
Constituent Letters: Thank You
1991
9/5
Constituent Letters: Retirement
1991
9/6
Contribution / Requests / Charities
1990-1991
3/10
Contributions / Requests / Charities
1990
3/11
Convention / Conferences
1990
9/7
Conventions / Conferences
1991-1992
14/7
Correspondence and Memos
1989-1995
14/8
Correspondence and Memos
1990-1997
9/8
Downtown Seattle Association
1991
14/9
Downtown Seattle Association
1997
14/10
Education
1989-1995
14/11
Education
1991-1994
14/12
Education Summit
1989-1990
15/1
Education Summit
1990
15/2
Education Summit
1990
15/3
Education Summit
1990
15/4
Education Summit
1990
15/5
Education Summit
1990-1991
15/6
Education Summit - Media Info
1990
15/7
Education Summit - Notebook
1990
15/8
Education Summit - Objectives
1990
15/9
Education Summit - Work Plans
1990
16/1
Education Summit - Work Plans
1990
3/12
Environmental Issues
1990
9/9
Environmental Issues
1991
9/10
Environmental Issues: Water
1991
9/11
Ethnic Issues
1990
4/14
Executive Orders
1990
4/1
Festivals / Celebrations
1990
9/12
Festivals / Celebrations
1991
9/13
Festivals / Celebrations: Fourth of July - Fireworks
1991
9/14
Festivals / Celebrations: Seafair (Desert Storm)
1991
16/3
Ford Foundation
1997
16/4
Frasier - 100th Episode Shoot
1997
16/5
Fund Raisers
1991-1996
16/6
Goals and Mission Statement
1992-1993
16/9
Housing Conference
1997
16/10
International Dignitaries
1995-1997
4/2
Interstate - 90
1990
16/11
Japan-American Conference of Mayors
1996-1997
4/3
KidsPlace
1990
9/15
KidsPlace
1991
4/4
King County Government
1990
10/2
King County Government: King County Jail / Police
1990-1991
9/16
King County Government
1991
10/1
King County Government: King County Executive
1991
16/12
Kobe Visit
1997
16/7
Kurt Hettiger / Mike Siegel
1993-1996
16/8
Kurt Hettiger / Mike Siegel
1994-1996
17/1
London / Bristol Visit
1997
4/5
Mayors (General)
1990-1991
10/3
Mayors (General)
1991-1992
10/4
Mayors (General)
1991
4/6
Mayors: United States Conference of Mayors (USCM)
1990
10/5
Mayors: United States Conference of Mayors (USCM)
1990-1991
4/7
Media
1990
10/6
Media
1991
4/8
Metro
1990
10/7
Metro
1991
4/9
Metro Transit / Tunnel
1990
10/9
Metro: Secondary Treatment
1991
10/8
Metro: Transit / Tunnel
1990-1991
17/2
Mike Lowry
1992
17/4
National Academy of Public Administration
1997
17/5
National Academy of Public Administration
1997
4/10
National League of Cities
1990
10/10
National League of Cities
1991
17/3
Nelson Mandela White House Visit
1994
17/6
New Citizen Initiative
1997
17/7
New York City Conference on Immigration
1997
17/8
Nomination and Election Certificates
1978-1993
17/9
Office for Civil Rights Citizens Task Force
1996
18/1
Olympics - Seattle Bid Committee
1997
18/2
Organizational Lists
1995-1997
18/3
Pang Warehouse Fire
1995
18/5
Pike Place Market
1983-1992
18/7
Pike Place Market
1989-1994
18/6
Pike Place Market
1992-1993
18/8
Pine Street
1989-1995
19/1
Pine Street
1989-1996
10/11
Political Correspondence
1991-1992
19/3
Politics
1994
19/2
Politics
1995-1996
4/11
Population / Census
1989-1990
10/12
Population / Census
1991
4/12
Port of Seattle
1990
10/13
Port of Seattle
1991
19/6
President's Summit for America's Future
1997
19/4
Presidential Inauguration
1993
19/5
Presidential Inauguration
1993
4/13
Private Industry Council (PIC)
1990
10/15
Private Industry Council (PIC)
1991
11/8
Proclamations: Requests Denied
1991
4/16
Public Development Authorities (PDA)
1990
11/9
Public Development Authorities: Burke - Gilman Place
1991
11/10
Public Development Authorities: Capitol Hill Housing Improvement Program (CHHIP)
1991
11/11
Public Development Authorities: Central Area Public Development Authority (CAPDA)
1991
11/12
Public Development Authorities: Chinatown - International District
1991
11/13
Public Development Authorities: Historic Seattle
1991
11/14
Public Development Authorities: Museum Development Authority
1991
11/15
Public Development Authorities: Pacific Hospital
1991
11/16
Public Development Authorities: Pike Place Market
1991
11/17
Public Disclosure Requests
1991
19/7
Public Disclosure - F-1 Forms
1991-1996
19/8
Public Disclosure - Mayor's Office Fund
1991-1997
20/1
Puget Sound Council of Governments
1990
11/18
Puget Sound Council of Governments (PSCOG)
1991
20/2
Puget Sound Regional Council
1996-1997
20/3
Regional Transit Authority / Sound Transit
1997
20/4
Regional Transit Authority / Sound Transit - Retreat
1997
20/5
Regional Transit Authority / Sound Transit - Retreat
1997
20/6
Reorganization
1991
18/4
Rosa Parks / Underground Railroad
1995-1996
20/7
Sand Point
1997
20/8
Savings Bond Drive
1990
11/19
Schools
1991
20/10
Schools - Colleges - Universities
1990-1991
20/9
Schools - Education Summit / Education
1990-1991
20/11
Schools - Kids' Letters
1990
20/12
Schools - Kids' Letters
1990-1991
11/7
Schools: Colleges / Universities
1990-1991
12/3
Schools: Eagle Scout Court of Honor
1991
4/15
Schools: Education Summit / Education
1990
6/1
Schools: Education Summit / Education
1990
12/1
Schools: Kids Letters
1991
12/2
Schools: Kids Letters
1991
6/2
Seattle Housing Authority (SHA)
1990
12/4
Seattle Housing Authority
1991
12/5
Seattle Housing Authority: Housing (General)
1991
21/1
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1995-1997
21/2
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1996-1997
21/3
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
21/4
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
21/5
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
21/6
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
21/7
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
22/1
Seattle Jobs Initiative
1997
22/2
Seattle Mariners
1985-1991
22/3
Seattle Mariners
1991-1992
22/4
Seattle Mariners
1992-1995
22/5
Seattle Mariners
1995-1996
22/6
Seattle Mariners
1996
22/7
Seattle Mariners
1996-1997
22/8
Seattle Mariners
1997
23/1
Seattle Mariners - Commissioner's Meeting
1992
23/2
Seattle Success Stories
1995
6/3
Seattle - King County Convention and Visitors Bureau
1990
12/6
Seattle - King County Convention and Visitors Bureau
1991
6/4
Sister Cities
1989-1990
12/7
Sister Cities
1991
12/8
Sister Cities: Beer Shiva, Israel
1991
12/9
Sister Cities: Bergen, Norway
1991
12/10
Sister Cities: Cebu, Philippines
1991
12/11
Sister Cities: Chongqing, China
1991
12/12
Sister Cities: Christchurch, New Zealand
1991
12/13
Sister Cities: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
1990-1991
12/14
Sister Cities: Kobe, Japan
1991
12/15
Sister Cities: Limbe, Cameroon
1991
12/16
Sister Cities: Mazatlan, Mexico
1991
12/17
Sister Cities: Nates, France
1991-1992
12/19
Sister Cities: Pecs, Hungary
1991
12/18
Sister Cities: Pergia, Italy
1991-1992
12/20
Sister Cities: Tashkent, U.S.S.R.
1991
23/3
South Downtown Stakeholders
1995-1996
23/4
South Downtown Stakeholders
1996-1997
6/5
Sports
1990
12/21
Sports
1991-1992
12/22
Sports
1991
12/23
Sports
1991
6/6
Sports: Goodwill Games
1990
23/5
Sustainability
1995-1996
23/6
Sustainability
1996
23/7
Sustainability
1996
23/8
Sustainable Communities
1997
16/2
The Election of Norman B. Rice (study)
1990
10/14
Trade Alliance Development
1991
23/9
Transition
1989
24/1
Truckee Meadows
1997
12/24
Two-Twenties
1991
24/2
Two-Twenties
1994
24/3
Two-Twenties
1994-1995
24/4
Two-Twenties
1994-1995
24/5
Two-Twenties
1994-1995
24/6
Two-Twenties
1994-1995
25/1
Two-Twenties
1995
25/2
Two-Twenties
1995
25/3
Two-Twenties
1995
25/4
Two-Twenties
1996
25/5
Two-Twenties
1996
25/6
Two-Twenties
1996
25/7
Two-Twenties
1996
26/1
Two-Twenties
1996
6/7
Unions (Non - City Representatives)
1990
12/25
Unions (Non - City Representatives)
1991
6/8
United Nations
1990
12/26
United Nations
1991
6/9
United States Government
1990
6/10
United States Government: Congress
1990
6/11
United States Government: Housing and Urban Development
1990
6/12
United States Government: Forest / Park Service
1990
6/13
United States Government: Immigration and Naturalization Service
1990
6/14
United States Government: White House
1990
10/16
United States Government
1991
10/17
United States Government: Congress / Senate
1991
10/18
United States Government: Department of housing and Urban Development
1991
10/19
United States Government: Immigration and Naturalization Service
1991
10/20
United States Government: The White House
1991
10/21
Urban Consortium Energy Task Force
1991
26/5
Urban Summit
1990
26/6
Utilities Consolidation
1996-1997
26/2
U.S. Conference of Mayors
1995-1996
26/3
U.S. Conference of Mayors
1995-1997
26/4
U.S. Conference of Mayors - Presidency
1995
11/1
War, (Persian Gulf)
1991
6/15
Washington State Government
1990
11/2
Washington State Government
1991
11/3
Washington State Government: Department of Community Development
1991
11/4
Washington State Government: Department of Social and Health Services
1991
11/5
Washington State Government: Department of Transportation
1991
11/6
Washington State Government: Governor's Office (Gardner)
1991
26/7
Weed and Seed
1992-1997
26/8
Welfare Reform - U.S. Conference of Mayors
1996
26/9
White House
1993-1994
26/10
YMCA Capital Campaign
1997

5272-03:  Calendars, 1978-1997Return to Top

1 cubic foot, (1 box)

Appointment calendars documenting meetings and events during Rice's tenure as mayor. Also includes one appointment book from 1978.

5272-04:  Weekly Department Reports, 1990-1991Return to Top

5 cubic feet, (5 boxes)

Activity reports filed with the Mayor each week by Executive Department directors and superintendents. The reports include items needing the attention of the Mayor, and progress reports on departmental and mayoral work program goals. The records are useful in establishing a chronology of departmental activities and for identifying high profile news events involving City agencies. Reports exist only for the first two years of Rice's terms as mayor.

The reports are arranged chronologically and then by City department.

5272-05:  Mayoral Proclamations, 1990-1997Return to Top

3.2 cubic feet, (10 boxes)

Ceremonial documents issued by the Mayor honoring individuals or organizations, or declaring the City's support for issues outside the City's governance.

Records are arranged chronologically and without an index.

5272-06:  Speeches and Statements, 1989-1997Return to Top

2.4 cubic feet, (5 boxes)

Talking points and speeches of Mayor Norm Rice. Speeches given at events and organizations such as Martin Luther King Memorial Service, United Way, National Association of Women in Construction, Earth Day, Red Cross, Chamber of Commerce, arts groups, meetings, ceremonial events and commencements on topics such as volunteerism, regional cooperation, social services, education, and the environment.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
1/1
Mayor Rice - Speeches - 1989 and earlier
1989-1990
1/2
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January -March 1990
1990
1/3
Mayor Rice - Speeches - April 1990
1990
1/4
Mayor Rice - Speeches - May 1990
1990
1/5
Mayor Rice - Speeches - May 1990
1990
1/6
Mayor Rice - Speeches - June 1990
1990
1/7
Mayor Rice - Speeches- June - July 1990
1990
2/1
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July- August 1990
1990
2/2
Mayor Rice - Speeches - September - October 1990
1991
2/3
Mayor Rice - Speeches - November - December 1990
1991
2/4
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January - February 1991
1991
2/5
Mayor Rice - Speeches - March , April, May 1991
1991
2/6
Mayor Rice - Speeches - June - August 1991
1991
3/1
Mayor Rice - Speeches - Undated 1989-1991
1989-1991
3/2
Mayor Rice - Speeches -January - March 1992
1992
3/3
Mayor Rice - Speeches - April - May 1992
1992
3/4
Mayor Rice -Speeches - June - August 1992
1992
3/5
Mayor Rice -Speeches - September - December 1992
1992
3/6
Mayor Rice -Speeches - January - March 1993
1993
3/7
Mayor Rice -Speeches - April - June 1993
1993
3/8
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July - September 1993
1993
3/9
Mayor Rice - Speeches - October - December 1993
1993
3/10
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January - February 1994
1994
3/11
Mayor Rice - Speeches - March -April 1994
1994
3/12
Mayor Rice - Speeches - May -June 1994
1994
3/13
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July - September 1994
1994
3/14
Mayor Rice - Speeches - October - December 1994
1994
3/15
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January - February 1995
1995
3/16
Mayor Rice - Speeches - March- April 1995
1995
3/17
Mayor Rice - Speeches - May - June 1995
1995
3/18
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July - August 1995
1995
3/19
Mayor Rice - Speeches - September - October 1995
1995
3/20
Mayor Rice - Speeches - November - December 1995
1995
3/21
Mayor Rice - Speeches - Rotary , Chamber of Commerce 1994 - 1997
1994-1997
4/1
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January - February 1996
1996
4/2
Mayor Rice - Speeches - March - June 1996
1996
4/3
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July - September 1996
1996
4/4
Mayor Rice - Speeches - October - December 1996
1996
4/5
Mayor Rice - Speeches - January - March 1997
1997
4/6
Mayor Rice - Speeches - April - June 1997
1997
4/7
Mayor Rice - Speeches - July - September 1997
1997
4/8
Mayor Rice - Speeches - October - December 1997
1997
5/1
Mayor Rice - Speeches - United Nations International Colloquium of Mayors (Includes Correspondence, Memos , Schedules)
1997
5/2
Mayor Rice - Speeches - Miscellaneous (Includes Drafts, Correspondence , Notes)
1990-1997
5/3
Mayor Rice - Speeches - St. John A.M.E. Church African American History Month (includes correspondence, program, promotional materials)
1997

5272-07:  Photographs, 1978-1997Return to Top

1.6 cubic feet, (4 boxes)

Photographs, primarily informal, of Norman Rice's tenure as Seattle mayor and some from his years as Councilmember and before. Most are color photographs, but some black and white photographs are also included. Represented in the images are campaigns, city events, political events, meetings and conferences (including the U.S. Conference of Mayors and the National Black Bar Association Conference), visits to Seattle by dignitaries and celebrities, and sister city events and travel. Events pictured include groundbreaking ceremonies, fundraisers, receptions, dedications, award ceremonies, announcements and proclamations, banquets, parades, marches, and celebrations, including the Chinese New Year. Rosa Parks, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, the Dalai Lama, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the Reverend Billy Graham, Muhammad Ali, Dionne Warwick, and B.B. King are among the visiting political figures, religious leaders, and celebrities pictured in the collection. Portraits of Rice and family photographs are also included. Negatives are included with some color snapshots. A few images are scanned and available in the Photograph Index.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
1/1
Photographs : Chinese New Year
1990-1991
1/2
Photographs : Conferences and Meetings
1992-1997
1/3
Photographs : Events
1898-1989
1/4
Photographs : Events
1990
1/5
Photographs : Events
1991
1/6
Photographs : Events - City
1992-1993
2/1
Photographs : Events
1993
2/2
Photographs : Events (includes greeting President Clinton)
1994
2/3
Photographs : Events
1995
2/4
Photographs : Events
1996-1997
2/5
Photographs : Mariners' Opening Night
1990-1995
2/6
Photographs : Openings and Dedications
1993
2/7
Photographs : Openings and Dedications
1994-1995
3/1
Photographs : Parades and Marches
1993-1995
3/2
Photographs : Portraits - William Byron Miller Photographer (contact sheets and slides)
-
3/3
Photographs : Portraits, including family, and Campaign Shots ; also includes City Council Group Portrait
1989-1993
3/4
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
1991-1995
3/5
Photographs : Sister City Visits - includes Philippines, Japan, China
1992-1994
3/6
Photographs : Visitors (includes Rosa Parks)
1990
3/7
Photographs : Visitors
1991
3/8
Memorabilia and Ephemera
1990-1994
3/9
Photographs : Department Head and Mayoral Staff Portraits
1991-1994
3/10
Photographs : Events undated
-
3/11
Photographs : Unidentified and Lists
-
4/1
Photographs: City Council Days
1978-1989
4/2
Photographs: Proof for ID Card
1994
4/3
Photographs: Team Rice
1991
4/4
Photographs: Council Activities
1990-1991
4/5
Photographs: Council Activities
1992
4/6
Photographs: Garfield Teen Health Center
2001
4/7
Photographs: Campaigning for Jesse Jackson
1990
4/8
Photographs: Team Rice Reunion
1993
4/9
Photographs: Diane Schurr Fundraiser
1993
4/10
Photographs: Nelson Mandela visit in D.C.
1994
4/11
Photographs: Cabinet Retreat
1995
4/12
Photographs: City Hall
1997
4/13
Photographs: Experience Music Project
2000
4/14
Photographs: Assorted (includes Barack Obama)
-
4/15
Photographs: Assorted
-
4/16
Photographs: City Council
1978-1989
4/17
Photographs: Birthday lunch buffet
1979
4/18
Photographs: Campaign for Congress
1988
4/19
Photographs: Mayoral Campaign
1988-1989
4/20
Photographs: Mayoral Campaign
1989
4/21
Photographs: Mayoral Campaign
1989
4/22
Photographs: Early '90's
1990
4/23
Photographs: Education Summit
1990
4/24
Photographs: With Rosa Parks
1990
4/25
Photographs: Youth Education
1991
4/26
Photographs: City Hall
1994
4/27
Photographs: Rice for Governor
1996
4/28
Photographs: With Clinton / Gore
1997

5272-09:  Campaign Materials, 1978-1996Return to Top

1 cubic foot, (1 box)

Records from Rice's city council races in 1978, 1979, and 1983 and his mayoral runs in 1989 and 1993. The series also includes materials from his 1985 mayoral bid, his 1988 congressional race, and his 1996 gubernatorial race, all unsuccessful. Records include campaign flyers, news clippings, briefing books, invitations, debate preparation materials, and calendars.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Box/Folder
1/1
1978 City Council Special Election
1978
1/2
1979 City Council Election
1979
1/3
1983 City Council Election
1983
1/4
1985 Mayoral Election
1985
1/5
1988 Congressional Election
1988
1/6
1988 Congressional Election
1988
1/7
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/8
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/9
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/10
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/11
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/12
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/13
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/14
1989 Mayoral Election - Clippings
1989
1/15
Mayor's Advisory Group
1991
1/16
1993 Mayoral Election
1992-1993
1/17
1993 Mayoral Election
1993
1/18
1993 Mayoral Election
1993
1/19
1993 Mayoral Election - Debate Preparation
1993
1/20
1993 Mayoral Election - Debate Preparation
1993
1/21
1996 Gubernatorial Election
1996
1/22
1996 Gubernatorial Election - Calendar
1996
1/23
1996 Gubernatorial Election - Itineraries and Contacts
1996
1/24
1996 Gubernatorial Election - Flyers and Briefing Papers
1996
1/25
1996 Gubernatorial Election - Issues
1996
1/26
1996 Gubernatorial Election - Issues
1996

5272-10:  News Clippings, 1988-1997Return to Top

0.8 cubic foot, (2 boxes)

Newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and other items collected by Mayor Rice. Articles cover the Mayor and his wife, Seattle events and issues, and other topics of interest to the Mayor.